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backspace and arrow keys and Fn keys not working

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by froggie100, Apr 25, 2010.

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  1. froggie100

    froggie100 Thread Starter

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    I inadvertantly switched on sticky keys. I have since switched it off but my backspace, arrow keys and Fn keys no longer work
     
  2. huggie54

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    more info please,desktop/laptop,make/model etc.....
     
  3. froggie100

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    laptop phillips freevents x55
     
  4. huggie54

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    hi Froggie100,go to your device manager,start>control panel>system>hardware>device manager,go down the list to keyboards and click the+ to expand,select your keyboard,go up to tha action tab and select uninstall.Reboot your laptop,it will reinstall your keyboard,any good?
     
  5. froggie100

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    hi there

    didn't work:(
     
  6. huggie54

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    have you tried a system restore back to the point when it was ok
     
  7. froggie100

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    tried to restore to a few weeks ago before this happened but t said that no amends have happened since then
     
  8. huggie54

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    hiya mate,just found this,to turn sticky keys off" Press both shift keys together"
     
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