For example: If I try to type "pc," the stock keyboard would type
I don't know where the extra two characters have come from to my dismay.
Does anyone have any information on whether or not I can reset the keyboard values to stock configuration? This is becoming an impediment for my job, bringing a keyboard that is.
Is there any quick remedy for this situation of mine apart from buying a replacement?
ThinkPads: 600X (i3), A31p (FlexView), X41, T43, T60 (FlexView), T61p (4:3), R61 (QXGA), X301 (AFFS), W500, X220t, X1
There are only a few screws to remove. Even if you are all elbows it can be done in much less than 10 minutes.
T43p 2669-Q1U, A22p's UTU A21p HXU
Transnote, 770's 8AU, 600, 701CS, 755CD
Replacing the keyboard sounds like a good idea except for the mouse also being affected by this, and in this case it seems to to open a window when I try to left click.
I have a feeling the motherboard may br a fault, however finger-crossed that it it's the keyboard.
Thanks for the replies,
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