@ebarchuleta1 asked 7 months ago.

How to fix hp keyboard problem gh b?

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@excostello23 answered 7 months ago.

Yes, it is possible to fix it. It is your keyboard connector cable. It is a small and delicate cable. Try to clean the area of the connector and the cable. Make sure that the cable is clean. If it is still not working, then it is a problem in the keyboard. You need to replace the keyboard.

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@Vaasu answered 7 months ago.

If your HP keyboard suddenly stops working and you can't get it to work properly, there are a few things you can try to get it working again. First, restart your computer and see if the problem goes away. Next, make sure that your keyboard is plugged into the port with the green dot, if there is one.
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@ragchowdary answered 7 months ago.

To fix this issue please follow the steps given below: - Get an external keyboard. - Press the power button to turn on your laptop. - Press the function button on your external keyboard and simultaneously hold the power button on your laptop. - Release the power button and continue holding the function key.

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@Sunny answered 7 months ago.

First, try to plug the keyboard into a different USB port on your computer. If you have a USB hub, plug the keyboard into a different port on the hub. If you’re using a PS/2 keyboard, try plugging the keyboard into a different PS/2 port on your computer. Managing keyboard and mouse drivers is a critical element of good IT management. Most PC users don't realize that there are both hardware and software elements to a keyboard or mouse. A mouse and keyboard are hardware devices, but the drivers are software.

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@haleebrennnan answered 7 months ago.

Shut down the computer. Press the power button, and then immediately immediately press the Esc key repeatedly to open the boot menu. Press F10 to open the BIOS setup program. Press F5 to load the default settings, then press F10 to accept the changes. Restart the computer.

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