If you have a challenge with your laptop keyboard which is preventing you from meeting up with your schedule. Here are a few tips you ...
If you have a challenge with your laptop keyboard which is preventing you from meeting up with your schedule. Here are a few tips you can carry out to narrow down the problem, identify a fix, and continue with your work schedule.
To be disrupted in the cause of your work can be annoying and can weaken your resolve to meet up the time allocated to the work at hand.
If you have experienced a situation where a button on your PC stops responding, a keyboard glitch or non-responsive keyboard could even happen to all of the keys on the PC.
When faced with such a challenge, attempt the following tips and if it does not respond, be sure to consult a specialist.
· Power off your PC.
· Reboot the system and enter the Basic Input Output System (BIOS). BIOS is a firmware for performing hardware initialization during the booting process. It also serves the purpose of providing runtime services for operating systems and programs.
You can enter the BIOS by pressing the Delete or Esc keys as the PC booths for restarting. The keys to press will usually be indicated at the bottom of the laptop.
Rebooting your system may likely correct the keyboard problem. If, after rebooting, the problem persists, then enter the laptop into Safe Mode by typing msconfig on the search bar at the bottom-end of laptop to correct the problem. If it still persists:
· Reinstall your keyboard driver:
There is time when the software that powers the keyboard to work may run into trouble by refusing to perform its expectations. This happens if you regularly use third party software’s or you do not shut your system using the standard operating procedure.
To uninstall the keyboard driver, on the start menu search, type “Device Manager.”
The screen that opens, click on the arrow to expand the keyboard section. If your keyboard software has a problem, usually there will be a yellow exclamation mark beside the software with the problem. Right-click on the software to uninstall. Though, it is recommended to uninstall the software’s even when you did not see any yellow exclamation mark.
Restart your system. Windows in most cases will pick any of the generic software’s to enable your keyboard to work.
If the above suggestion did not work after you have uninstalled and rebooted, then visit your PC manufacturer’s support page to download the keyboard software and install to enable your keyboard work again.
I believe these tips will help you restore your keyboard malfunction and make you get back to work.
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