How to fix your laptop’s keyboard in just three steps

Posted by MTV News on Tuesday, 26 September 2018 13:03:47 If you’re an avid gamer or a laptop aficionado, there’s a good chance you’ve already used Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system.

But if you’re a laptop-only user, you may not have heard of it.

Here are the best ways to fix the keyboard issue that’s plaguing a growing number of laptops.

How to Fix Keyboard Issues in 3 Steps 1.

Reinstall Windows 10 in order to get it to recognize the new keyboard.

You’ll want to do this in order for it to work properly.

It’ll take a few hours.

Microsoft recommends the easiest way to get Windows to recognize your keyboard is to reinstall the operating system, then re-install it.

Once you’re done, try using your mouse and keyboard again.

Microsoft also says you can manually open up Windows to fix issues that arise during the reinstall.

If you need to manually open Windows, you can use the Start Menu option and type cmd into the Search box, then hit Enter.


Check your mouse cursor.

If the cursor looks red or green, then your keyboard has an issue.

You can fix this by holding down the Alt key and clicking on the mouse cursor icon.

Microsoft’s official guide to Windows 10 says that if you see an “error” in Windows, the problem may be the cursor.

That means it may be that the cursor isn’t pointing in the right direction.

Microsoft says you need either the mouse and/or keyboard to fix this.

Microsoft has a great guide for getting the cursor to point the correct way.


If your cursor doesn’t change color, it’s probably the keyboard.

If it looks white or purple, you need a different method of fixing the issue.

In fact, Microsoft says that you should check your mouse.

If there’s any color difference between your cursor and your keyboard, you’re likely having issues.

Microsoft advises against trying to fix a keyboard issue with your mouse, because that could cause the problem to spread further.

Microsoft tells users that if they’re using Windows on a laptop that has a touchscreen, it should be fine to use a touchpad to fix any keyboard issues.


Use a mouse and a keyboard to get your cursor back to the right place.

Microsoft doesn’t recommend that you use a mouse or a keyboard for this purpose.

Instead, Microsoft recommends you use your mouse to fix mouse-related issues and then use the keyboard to make sure the issue is corrected.

It’s not a perfect solution, but it’s one that can help a lot.

If everything else fails, it may not be the keyboard’s fault.


Fix your screen orientation.

You may have noticed that your monitor is facing in the wrong direction, but that’s because you have a bad display.

In order to fix that, you’ll need to correct your screen layout.

The Microsoft guide says to look for a problem with the screen’s orientation, such as an overscan.

If that doesn’t work, you should fix that issue by adjusting the screen orientation, too.

Microsoft suggests that you adjust the screen resolution, as well as the refresh rate.

You might want to change your display resolution to match your screen size.

You don’t have to do all this at once, but you should try.