Get Lenovo Laptop Keyboard Replacement in the Comfort of Your Home

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The keyboard is an essential part of a laptop especially if your laptop lacks the touch screen feature. Even when laptops incorporate the touch screen features, users find it comfortable to do their work with the help of a keyboard. These days laptops come with onscreen keyboards to assist users when the keyboard is not functioning.

In some cases, the keyboard stops working entirely. Whereas, in other cases, some of the keys might stop responding. Even you might encounter that a wrong letter is being typed when you press a key on the keyboard.

Now all these problems can occur due to several reasons which we are going to discuss in this article. We will even mention some solutions to fix this issue on your own. But, you must go for your Lenovo laptop keyboard replacement if none of the solutions can help you to fix the issue. So, let's move on to the main section of this article.

Troubleshooting Hacks to Fix a Non-functional Keyboard:

You can try to fix your keyboard by using the following solutions:

Solution 1: Restart Your Laptop

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1.     Remove all external devices connected to your laptop and shut down the system.

2.     If the laptop refuses to turn off, then forcefully shut it down by holding down the Power button for a few seconds.

3.     Unplug the power cord from the power outlet and take out the laptop battery.

4.     Wait until the remaining battery is drained from your laptop.

5.     After a few minutes, reinsert the battery and turn on the laptop.

6.     Type something to check the condition of the keyboard.

Solution 2: Update the Keyboard Driver

The BIOS inside the laptop stores default drivers which are initialized when the device fails to find compatible drivers for your device. Thus, use this method to rule out the probability that the keyboard has an incompatible or corrupted driver.

1.     Press the Windows key and 'R' simultaneously on the keyboard.

2.     Type 'devmgmt.msc' into the Run dialog box and press 'Enter.'

3.     As Device Manager opens, expands the 'Keyboards' section.

4.     Locate your laptop keyboard, right-click on it and choose 'Uninstall' from the drop-down menu.

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5.     Click 'OK' on the resulting popup to confirm the uninstallation.

6.     Restart the system so that it can reinstall the correct driver automatically.

7.     In case, the laptop fails to find the correct driver, open a web browser and visit the manufacturer's website.

8.     Enter your laptop's model number and look for the keyboard driver.

9.     If the driver is available, then download and install it on your laptop.

10.  Now, return to the Device Manager window and right-click on the empty space.

11.  Select 'Search for hardware changes' on your laptop.

12.  If the laptop detects hardware changes with the keyboard, then it will display the same on the monitor.

13.  Check whether the keyboard contains a yellow mark next to it or not.

14.  If the keyboard has an exclamation mark, then right-click on it and choose 'Update Driver.'

15.  The keyboard driver installed on your PC will be automatically updated.

16.  After completing this process, recheck the keyboard.

Method 3: Perform a System


This solution works when the keyboard stops working after a Windows update. Go here for complete repair Solution.stats
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