Tea was spilled on my laptop, now keyboard won't work...?
replace the key pad. You can probably get one on line for about $50. I had to replace my wife's because she spilled a glass of Iced tea on it.It's not the Tea it's the Sugar in the tea recrystallizing. And unfortunately spilled tea IS NOT an warranty repair. Its pretty easy to change the keyboard. You may also want to have a bottle of rubbing alcohol and some Lint free cloths in case the area under the keypad is all sticky. Put the Alcohol on the cloth then wipe the mess up.
Spilled Coke on laptop keyboard. Help!?
Get someone to unmount the keyboard and spray it down a bit with water. Coke will get sticky and attract ants and then you will experience a different type of computer bug. Just use a spare USB keyboard and let the other one dry. I screwed up a keyboard once but it worked out fine (even though I got kinda PO would and threw it down the stairs after....)
I dusted my desktop keyboard and now I have no volume.?
I did not use compressed air or a feather duster, rather, a cut up tee. The board was very dusty and while attempting to clean it I swiped multiple keys at once and then had no volume. I did not press the volume/mute buttons. I've tried everything I can think of, but to no avail. Is there a combination of keys to press to cause this? Or is the keyboard dying? Thanks
how to turn off my pc without a mouse and keyboard?
The mouse and the keyboard are your only input devices. Cut the power off. It wo not damage the computer if you are not doing it very often. Besides, it's just like getting an unexpected power interruption on some occasions.
Wireless mouse and keyboard won't work together... can you help?
we've had some fulfillment with this, interior the college i paintings. the instructor has a fixed (under pressure out) keyboard and mouse, at their Whiteboard gadget, yet additionally has a mixed prompt keyboard and trackball that they use whilst at different end of the room. We used a splitter to combine the under pressure out keyboard (Ps2), and the prompt keyboard & trackball (Ps2) so the two plugged into the comparable port (keyboard). The trackball (prompt) section plugged into the Ps2 mouse port. Then a typical usb mouse grew to become into plugged in to the pc. whilst the splitter detected the keyboard getting used variety the two source, it types to the exhibit. The mouse merely seems to handle which one is getting used itself
Which keyboard would be better for a beginner?
Well those are pretty different keyboards. The YPT-220 is much better. Its really funny, before I even opened up the question and saw your question. I thought of the YPT330 or the Yamaha DGX230. I have a 230 and love it. Best of luck, you really can not go wrong anymore out there. they are all fine now a days. its mostly about preference. Are you going to be playing it through speakers or not? (This will determine if you want nice speakers on the keyboard itself) do you want light up keys. do you want the ability to connect to an amp or computer. etc. (it can get complicated but mostly any keyboard out there will work for beginners. Hope this helps.
Keyboard percussion instrument
A keyboard percussion instrument, also known as mallet percussion, is a chromatic melodic percussion instrument arranged in a similar pattern to a piano keyboard and played with hands or percussion mallets. Keyboard instruments for children, such as ones used in the Orff Schulwerk, may be diatonic or pentatonic. Despite the name, keyboard instruments such as the celesta and keyboard glockenspiel are not considered keyboard percussion, owing to the different skills required to play them. These instruments are percussion instruments in most senses but are part of the keyboard section rather than the percussion section of an orchestra. Keyboard percussion instruments do not possess keyboards as such, but instead follow the arrangement of the keyboard. Keyboard percussion instruments include marimba, xylophone, vibraphone, glockenspiel, and tubular bells.
How can I get the smell out of my keyboard bag?
First unplug it then pop out all the keys and clean it with a clorox wipe or something like that, then clean each individual key and put them back in the keyboard. Perhaps you should cover your keyboard and anything else so this does not happen again. I spilled soda on mine once and amazingly it still worked. Good luck.