Keyboard will not type [Solved/Closed]

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Hello,

My keyboard has completely stopped working. I have shut down my computer and switched around the wires. I am now stuck typing with this online keyboard.The mouse still works but the keyboard is not working. Please help me!

Thanks!

System Configuration: Windows XP Firefox 2.0.0.16

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I know why it's like that there are many possible reasons:
  • 1st: Your plug are too shabby or if it's a wireless keyboard, batteries are down.
  • 2nd: Try go go to Start menu / Control Panel / Ease of Access / Keyboard and uncheck all that is checked, then restart.
  • 3rd: Try using a (USB) keyboard if you can't afford it, when you start your computer press all the keys on the keyboard but make sure you press the following first: Num Lock, Caps Lock, Scroll Lock then try to press as much as possible until the Welcome screen pops up.
  • 4th: If nothing works, you can still use the Visual keyboard (virtual keyboard or OSK / On Screen Keyboard) : Start button / All Programs / Accessories / Ease of Access / On-Screen Keyboard.


Hope it helps!
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Thank you, Laurence! my keyboard started working again :)
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Make sure after you on your computer do not pluck off the wires it will cause more problems if you do please restart ur com as soon as possible.
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Go and right click on my computer and go to device manager and then see if there is anything that looks funky. it could be a driver problem for your usb (if that is the type of keyboard you are using) does any other device work on that port you are using? Could be a bad port, but I really doubt it.