Laptop's Keyboard fell down when I cleaned the fan [closed]
If everything works fine on the USB keyboard, then it is definitely the laptop keyboard that is having the issue.Unplug the laptop keyboard completely and inspect it for damage, such as cracks. Also, check to see if there is any debris stuck to it and gently remove it. Reattach the keyboard carefully, being sure to properly reconnect its cable. Obviously, if there is physical damage, it will need to be replaced. If there is debris that was removed, or perhaps the cable wasnt seated properly, hopefully the problem is resolved.If not, you will have to get a replacement keyboard. If it is under warranty, you might be able to get it replaced for free. Generally speaking, replacement keyboards are not very expensive. You should be able to find it on the Lenovo website, or just call their support to get a price
who thought of arranging the characters in the keyboard?
I read an article about that, why are they placed like they are? When they started making key boards it was a manual type writer. If you punch two keys close together they got stuck. Which took time to get them apart. So by decipering the words so that it rarely happened this key board was established. Once everyone knew this to be the keyboard it had to stay the same. Changeing as we have seen can cause a huge diaster. ON a adding machine the 123 on the numerical keyboard is at the top. with the 789 on the bottom. People who were constantly adding things and did it at record time was use to that keyboard. When computers came along someone not knowing that made a computer with the 123 on the bottom. It was a diaster, some people just could not get it straight and it caused untold suffering and problems to business men. So when they mentioned it would be easier to put letters in a different spot. It caused an outrage! So the idea was scrapped. So we have what we have today.
Keyboard drivers and fonts
The Keyboard driver for this encoding scheme are available in Tamil Virtual University website for free. It uses Tamil99 and Tamil Typewriter keyboard layouts, which are approved by Tamil Nadu Government, and maps the input keystrokes to its corresponding characters of TACE16 scheme. To read the files which are created using TACE16 scheme, the corresponding Unicode Tamil fonts for this encoding scheme are also available in the same website. These fonts not only has mapping of glyphs for characters of TACE16 format, but also has mapping of glyphs for the present Unicode encoding for both ASCII and Tamil characters, so that it can provide backward compatibility for reading existing files which are created using present Unicode encoding scheme for Tamil language
i have a PS/2 keyboard and i want to make into a usb keyboard?
Okay that would be insanely hard. you would need experience, in fact you probably have a high chance of breaking the keyboard. just buy a cheap keyboard. their low as $15 bucks for a USB
Phonetic keyboard layout
A phonetic keyboard layout is a setup in which the letters of a language correspond to the keys in the keyboard layout for another language and assumes a one-to-one correspondence between letters in the languages that is based on their sound
Using a Microsoft keyboard with a Macbook Pro
I would give this app a look: KeyRemap4Macbook. Although it can remap the keys on a keyboard, I have a suspicion that some of those keys on the keyboard are not actually giving keycodes, but are initiating macros.Also, check out these two apps to see which keycodes are being sent to your computer during key presses and combinations:.
Which companyu2019s keyboard is best, Amazon Basics or Logitech?
Go with Logitech . . .Depending on what is your requirement, Logitech has keyboard for every need and every budget.Amazon Basics are decent keyboards, no issues with them, but personally I find the Logitech ones to be better for long term use; i.e. if you have to type a lot, Logitech keyboards are easier on your fingers. Price-wise, Logitech Wired keyboards are available at almost the same price points as Amazon basics and the wireless keyboards are just a tad more expensive.Personally I would recommend a Wireless Keyboard Mouse combo, they are around 25% more expensive - but still affordable.Though these are more expensive, the best keyboards I have owned / currently own are: (These are not gaming keyboards, but for regular usage, with lots of typing) Apple Bluetooth Keyboard - the older version with two AA batteries. Yes, it works just fine with Windows laptops. I have been using this since 2012. Logitech K800 Bluetooth - Backlit, multi-device connectivity, rechargeable, feels good to use. Apple Magic Keyboard - the latest rechargeable model. The short key-travel takes a little getting used to. The softer touch keys are easier on your fingers and u2018mayu2019 help stave off CTS.Before you buy . . . Do go to your local electronics store and check out the keyboards in person. Donu2019t go by online reviews. Keyboards are very personal and you may like something that other donu2019t . . .Once you know you you like, buy it online / offline depending on where you get the best deal. Disclosure : The author may have a personal and/or fiduciary interest in the website links mentioned in the answer.Which companyu2019s keyboard is best, Amazon Basics or Logitech?