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Laptop keyboard suddenly stops working, but works upon standby/respawn

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by kulords, Nov 3, 2009.

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  1. kulords

    kulords Thread Starter

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    Alright I have a unique problem with my keyboard, that seems more or less of a software issue than a hardware issue. For some strange reason, every few minutes my laptop keyboard will stop working for no reason. But when I restart the computer, or go into standby and then turn the computer back on, it works fine. I checked device manager and event viewer and there is nothing to give hint as to why this is happening.

    So what gives?! Anyone have any advice?
     
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    Since I posted this thread, the problem has actually become more frequent. Any advice?
     
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    Sweet. Looks like nobody has a clue what the hell is wrong.
     
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    Thought I'd try and see again. Thanks for nothing, TGF.
     
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    Alright I'm going to try again. The problem is getting worse and worse each day. I've searched relentlessly online but to no avail. Nobody has a solution? Seriously? I would have thought TGF would be the first and best place to look! Prove me right, PLEASE!
     
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    Every single thread on this forum has a reply. EVERY one of them. I cant even get one? Pathetic.
     
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