After cleaning the keyboard, you need to hold the buttons for a long time to write. You may have pressed some unnecessary buttons. What to do?
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Answered on February 16, 2016 16:00
Of course, I don’t know what's the matter, but once I cleaned the keyboard, I also had to press some buttons for a long time (about 2-3 seconds), and “Enter” didn't work at all, but after three days it passed, and now there is no such problem. (And thank God.) Perhaps everything is possible, maybe some buttons on the keyboard could be pressed, depending on how the keyboard was cleaned, and generally cleaned when the computer was turned on or off?
Answered on February 17, 2016 20:32
Try to check the contacts, connecting plugs and the keyboard itself for the absence of foreign bodies. If rezinochki in the keyboard are used for the connection, then wash them again separately with dishwashing detergent and degrease. If a microcircuit is immediately behind the keyboard, then wipe the contacts with a cotton or sponge with an alcohol-containing compound (nail polish remover) Dry everything before assembly. If there are three large polyethylene bases behind the keyboard (three parts), then they cannot be washed at all - there will be poor contact. Another keyboard may not work correctly if there is a closure. The driver may not work correctly. If disassembly does not fix anything, find the keyboard in the device manager, disconnect the keyboard from the computer, find its driver through the properties - drivers - remove the driver for this device, then delete the keyboard as an instrument. The computer will reinstall the drivers, then you need to plug in the plug - it will restore everything back. Also check if the needles are bent in the plug itself.