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Re: Laptop Keyboard asdf, jkl;, enter disabled on boot up



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Steve Berg wrote:

> That makes sense but only if the Caps Lock, G, H, ', and Enter keys also

i would tend to believe that from op stating 'home base' keys and commonly
used <enter>, that he has problems with entire row. even with out him stating
such was case.


peace out.

tc,hago.

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