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Hi,I have a Toshiba Satellite C670 (PSC3LC-01D00Q), and i have tried all of the above methods, either they didn't work, or i c

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March 16, 2017 1:13:51 PM

Hi,I have a Toshiba Satellite C670 (PSC3LC-01D00Q), and i have tried all of the above methods, either they didn't work, or i could not find the file location where they were supposed to be. my laptop is doing something very strange, the spacebar, tab, and shift, also the keys, 1, 2, 3, and 4 will not work unless i hold fn then hit them, also the symbles attached to numbers 1 to 4 i can not get them to work, unless i hit the combinantion of shift/f/nnumber. and none of my f1 through f12 will work now either, only on startup to get into BIOS, and that was no help either. Delete will not work to. please, need some help, i have dug very deep into my computer system and have found nothing that fixed it. any suggestions are welcome!

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March 16, 2017 1:47:22 PM

sounds like a malfunctioning keyboard, is it a old laptop? if still under warranty, i would apply for that

if out of warranty, a keyboard can die and fail like this but is wiser to try to check if iti is a software doing that wrid behavior, do you have a linux media to boot to see if under linux it shows the same symptomps?
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March 17, 2017 7:45:15 AM

roseart1998 said:
Hi,I have a Toshiba Satellite C670 (PSC3LC-01D00Q), and i have tried all of the above methods, either they didn't work, or i could not find the file location where they were supposed to be. my laptop is doing something very strange, the spacebar, tab, and shift, also the keys, 1, 2, 3, and 4 will not work unless i hold fn then hit them, also the symbles attached to numbers 1 to 4 i can not get them to work, unless i hit the combinantion of shift/f/nnumber. and none of my f1 through f12 will work now either, only on startup to get into BIOS, and that was no help either. Delete will not work to. please, need some help, i have dug very deep into my computer system and have found nothing that fixed it. any suggestions are welcome!


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March 17, 2017 7:45:58 AM

Same computer model, same problem. Looking for a solution also :( 
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March 20, 2017 11:53:02 AM

atljsf said:
sounds like a malfunctioning keyboard, is it a old laptop? if still under warranty, i would apply for that

if out of warranty, a keyboard can die and fail like this but is wiser to try to check if iti is a software doing that wrid behavior, do you have a linux media to boot to see if under linux it shows the same symptomps?


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March 20, 2017 11:56:29 AM

Thank you so much atljsf! My key board was malfunctioning. Turns out I had damaged the ribbon cable for the key board last time i opened my laptop up to fix the screen. I just pulled out the cable and it took me quite a few tried to put it back in right. But it works now. Although due to he damage I caused I will have to replace it in the future. Thanks again, and hope this help others as well
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