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Topic # 242281 19-Oct-2018 14:17
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Afternoon everyone.

 

For whatever reason, the backspace button isn't working correctly which is happening in Microsoft Word, Chrome etc. Pushing the Backspace button will remove all words, rather than just a letter. It's like it's jammed down in a way. Nothing has been spilt.

 

 

 

HP Laptop, Windows 10 (I think)

 

 

 

Hardware problem or is there an easy fix?

 

 

 

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  Reply # 2110993 19-Oct-2018 14:25
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Reboot ? :) Ive had similar happen until Ive rebooted.

 

 

 

But if this is an on going issue, and try a Live Linux CD and see if occurs there - if does, can assume hardware fault. If not, Windows fault.

 

 





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  Reply # 2110995 19-Oct-2018 14:29
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xpd:

 

Reboot ? :) Ive had similar happen until Ive rebooted.

 

 

 

But if this is an on going issue, and try a Live Linux CD and see if occurs there - if does, can assume hardware fault. If not, Windows fault.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ha! Yeah I have restarted multiple times. Currently updating Windows to see if that does anything. I did a bit of research and I might need to update Keyboard drivers.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2111365 20-Oct-2018 12:16
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It removes one word instead of one letter?

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  Reply # 2111413 20-Oct-2018 12:51
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Probably the easiest way to test a hardware fault would be to plug in another keyboard, providing you have another one lying around.

 

 


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