Is there a way to open my computer keyboard?
most keyboards are made so you can pop off the keys for cleaning, but it is better to use a vacuum or compressed air to blow out dust and debris. If the surface is sticky, wipe off the surface with a damp (not wet) cloth, as you do not want to drip anything inside. If there is gunk in the keyboard causing repetitive or sticky keys, or miskey errors, with the price of keyboards as low as it is, it is more cost effective for most people to buy a new one than waste time trying to repair an old one.
A unique keyboard problem....... :/?
It would be almost impossible for this problem to be bigger than just a bad keyboard. The keyboard has a tiny circuit in it that decodes what button you pushed and signals the motherboard. If the motherboard were the problem, you would almost surely be experiencing other major problems, such as crashing, etc. A problem like this is most commonly caused by a liquid spill on the keyboard. The circuit is misinterpreting what keys you are pressing because the liquid (or the sugar residue that's left behind) is connecting different metal pieces. That being said, replacing a keyboard on most laptops is a simple process. Get one off eBay for $10 or $20. Then, there are usually only 2 or 3 screws on the bottom of the laptop that hold the keyboard on. If you have a Mac, fork over $100 for the keyboard. Reason #472 not to buy a Mac.
How to fix the keyboard/mouse problem?
When you remove the battery unplug the computer and hold in the power button for about 30 seconds and see if that works if not and the keyboard does work for a small period of then it could be a virus that is disabling the keyboard and mouse. if you have access to a usb keyboard and mouse try them and see if this works and if so run a virus scan and see if you find anything. this might be what is disabling the keyboard and mouse or if you have run updates then this could have also disabled them.
Hitachi Disk Fitness Test doesn't allow any keyboard use
Are they USB devices? You may need to enable USB support in the BIOS for legacy devices before using the keyboard. Not sure about mouse support
How can I clean my laptop keyboard?
First, to clean a laptop keyboard, you must disassemble it to reach the membrane of the keys, now if you just want to clean the surface of the keyboard, you must pass a towel or paper slightly soft and moist to remove a little dust or even spots on the letters. This action must be carefully applied since a drop of liquid that penetrates the inside of the keyboard could affect the long-term functionalities of the keyboard
Disable Keyboard & Mouse input on unix (under X)
At least on Debian-based systems such as Ubuntu there is a utility called xtrlock (1) available through the package repositories. This utility locks the keyboard and mouse until the password is entered while leaving windows visible. I find it useful for computers running information displays and the like.
How can I clean out the dirt in my computer keyboard?
put the keyboard or laptop in the dish washer.works everytime.
How to clean under the keys of the keyboard?
Take out the keyboard and wash it. Remove kb. (Depending on the model) 1. Look for any instructions about your laptop on the internet to remove the keyboard. a. Usually there are 2-3 screws on the bottom that you loosen. (there is a kb icon next to the screws) b. Then a latch on the keyboard itself to fully remove it. c. There is a ribbon cable that attaches to kb to the motherboard. The connector usually is a thing you can pop up with a fingernail or screwdriver where the ribbon cable inserts into. 2. Once removed. Immerse kb in warm mild soapy solution for several hours. 3. Let dry. 4. Re-install the kb. Or if you can identify the kb (part #, model #, etc.) and find someone selling it, then just buy a new one to install.