Potential virus or harmful software

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hi,
I have a problem with the keyboard of my pc (notebook).
the problem is that some keys does not work in my keyboard. I think that the main problem might be the issue I provided in the thread because after recovering the operating system, a significant amount of those keys (which were no working) started to work .

so, what to do?
note: I am working on ubuntu (linux)
 
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hi,
I have a problem with the keyboard of my pc (notebook).
the problem is that some keys does not work in my keyboard. I think that the main problem might be the issue I provided in the thread because after recovering the operating system, a significant amount of those keys (which were no working) started to work .

so, what to do?
note: I am working on ubuntu (linux)
Viruses are self-replicating programs that can attach themselves to other programs or files. Once a virus is on a computer, it can replicate itself and spread to other computers. Viruses can cause a variety of damage, including deleting files, corrupting data, and slowing down or crashing computers.
 
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hi,
I have a problem with the keyboard of my pc (notebook).
the problem is that some keys does not work in my keyboard. I think that the main problem might be the issue I provided in the thread because after recovering the operating system, a significant amount of those keys (which were no working) started to work .

so, what to do?
note: I am working on ubuntu (linux)
hi,
I have a problem with the keyboard of my pc (notebook).
the problem is that some keys does not work in my keyboard. I think that the main problem might be the issue I provided in the thread because after recovering the operating system, a significant amount of those keys (which were no working) started to work .

so, what to do?
note: I am working on ubuntu (linux)

Potential viruses or harmful software, also known as malware, are malicious programs or code designed to harm a computer system or network. They can steal data, damage files, or take control of a device without the user's knowledge or consent.
 
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You can contact a specialist who will help you solve this issue. Maybe there was some kind of failure or something else.
 
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It sounds like your keyboard issues improved after recovering the operating system, suggesting it could be a software-related problem. Since some keys started working again, it's likely not a hardware issue. Try updating device drivers or checking for any conflicting software.
 
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hi,
I have a problem with the keyboard of my pc (notebook).
the problem is that some keys does not work in my keyboard. I think that the main problem might be the issue I provided in the thread because after recovering the operating system, a significant amount of those keys (which were no working) started to work .

so, what to do?
note: I am working on ubuntu (linux)
Sometimes, keyboard layouts can cause issues with certain keys not registering properly. Make sure you have the correct keyboard layout configured in your system settings. You can do this by navigating to Settings > Keyboard > Layout and selecting the appropriate layout for your keyboard.
 
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hi,
I have a problem with the keyboard of my pc (notebook).
the problem is that some keys does not work in my keyboard. I think that the main problem might be the issue I provided in the thread because after recovering the operating system, a significant amount of those keys (which were no working) started to work .

so, what to do?
note: I am working on ubuntu (linux)
It sounds like you've already taken a positive step forward by recovering the operating system, which resolved some of the issues with your keyboard. However, if some keys are still not functioning properly, there could be a few potential causes.

Firstly, it's worth checking if there's any physical damage to the keyboard or if there's debris lodged beneath the keys that could be causing them to malfunction. If that's not the case, you might want to try updating your keyboard drivers or adjusting keyboard settings in Ubuntu.

Additionally, if the problem persists, you could consider connecting an external keyboard to your notebook to see if the issue lies with the internal keyboard itself.

If you're comfortable with it, you could also open up your notebook to inspect the keyboard connection to the motherboard, ensuring it's properly seated.

If none of these solutions resolve the issue, it might be worth seeking assistance from a professional technician or reaching out to the manufacturer for further support.

Best of luck resolving the keyboard issue on your Ubuntu notebook!
 

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