Weird laptop keyboard behaviour

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zymon66

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I recently god my laptop repaired. I bought a HDD and got it replaced , it got fixed but the problem is when i try to login the keyboard behaviour starts to annoy me whenever my screen is at the windows login screen my keyboard suddenly starts working but obviously not hardware problem or maybe it is. I found a temporary solution for it i just have to press my sleep button and after that the keyboard is working. How do i fix this ?

The keyboard also has this weird behaviour when some of the keys doesn't work with together such as when i try to press multiple keys "A" and "1" when i hold A and press 1 , the 1 key doesn't work so as with 2 but 3 works fine and so on. Also problems with right shift key when i try to make a semi colon the kayboard has this weird delay and i'm not even able to hold both of them which doesn't actually writes semi colon but right shift key works fine on most of the keys. I have a list of windows update but i haven't installed it because the windows keeps saying " Pending install "

My specs are

Asus Vivobook
Nvidia 940 mx
Intel i5

Need some help
 

plodr

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You need to take the laptop back to the place where it was repaired. Show them all they keyboard problems.
Perhaps when they dismantled it to do the repair, they didn't seat something well enough.
 
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