[quote=“Asad, post:2, topic:22589”]
Is this loss of functionality with regards to certain keys intermittent or repeatable?
Either it is some issue with your PC or your usage methodology/pattern/technique. Do you regularly eat/drink anything around your keyboard?
No, I don’t drink / eat regularly anything. It is new & clean keyboard.
Only certain keys stopped working.
[quote=“Upsilon, post:3, topic:22589”]
Keyboard often get jammed due to dust. If you live in a dusty environment, then your keyboards will face that issue.
I am sure it is not dust related issue cause I always cover my PC when not in use and keep it clean.
[quote=“farhan_ds, post:4, topic:22589”]
PS: change your usb port where you connect…also if you have a metallic usb flash drive, insert in that port, and either touch it while wearing rubber shoes, ortouch with a voltmeter or tester… if you feel a slight current from it, or your pc metal part of casing, you may have some earthing problem… although thats rare and less realetd to your kb problem, it could be a reason, and also a health hazard… doesnot hurt to check.
Yes, the body of my CPU always have some current, I cannot touch the metallic part of it when turned on
I changed the USB port too but same result, those keys still not working.