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    Well two days ago i started having trouble. well my problem is that my keys dont work right! my space puts like two spaces but then deletes one. my shift deletes and my back arrow is also a backspace. and my backspace did go back a page but fixed that with "about:config". but it still happens when im looking through folders like my documents and stuff, and it also mutes the master volume. i have tried another keyboard, i have checked the language of my computer(yes it is on us). and i have run malwarebytes and nothing. and last night none of this happened except the backspace as back. please help and thank you.
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    ever swap keyboards?? may just be crapping out...you may also wanna dust it with compressed air or wash it upside in the a dishwasher and leave to dry out upside down for a day or so.
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    I knew i missed something. i did switch it out. same thing happened. so i honestly dont know what to do.
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    oh, ok...you may have a mobo problem then inside the pc, you tried the keyboard on another pc then??
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    yes, so anyway i can fix this?
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    most likely has to be repaired, got a staples nearby? they repair for free with most pc's
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    Nope i got moved to the middle of no where. no way i could do it my self?
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    i'm sure you could but you would really need to get all the info you can on your pc's specs so you know where to start looking to trouble shoot it...i'd probably just find a small local fixer shop or maybe look on craigslist for someone close by that can possibly fix it.

    i do all my own but i've been trained on all that and if you've never done anything like that yourself you could cause more chaos then good on it.
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    alright well thanks for all the help. I will go looking around for people.
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    try plugged in new keyboard......check ur port.....other option...test using usb keyboard....hope it help......
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    Quote Originally Posted by amtzone View Post
    try plugged in new keyboard......check ur port.....other option...test using usb keyboard....hope it help......
    Did you even read the entire post? Obviously not since he's already been told to try that and it didn't work.
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