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Re-enable Built-in Keyboard (Z50-70 Laptop)

2018-08-27, 8:49 AM

Hey everyone, yesterday I was cleaning my laptops keyboard and while doing so I pressed some buttons and my pc restarted and after that my keyboard was acting crazy, for example some keys didn't work or some didn't work as they should have, normally I would've let it dry for possible liquid under the keys but I had work to do and keyboard was acting crazy ( typing / for itself ) so I connected an external keyboard and disabled my built in keyboard so I can do my work, I want to know how to enable my built-in keyboard in order to see if it's working properly or not.

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Re: Re-enable Built-in Keyboard (Z50-70 Laptop)

2018-08-27, 16:39 PM

Hi Venkalth!

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.

 

Did you accidentally pour some cleaning liquid/agent to your keyboard? If so let it dry using a hair drier or bath in alcohol specifically Isopropanol. Your laptop's keyboard should be enabled even if an external keyboard is plugged in. Try to do a power drain, and observe. Mac_Lenovo



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Re: Re-enable Built-in Keyboard (Z50-70 Laptop)

2018-08-27, 21:19 PM

Hi and thank you!

Yes it was cleaning liquid.

Keyboard was acting weird so I disabled the driver, I want to know how to enable it again, I followed instructions of a you-tube video that disabled the built-in keyboard so I can use the external one because even tho it was connected the built-in keyboard was still typing random stuff.

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