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2 problems > NO D: Drive and Keyboard not functioning correctly


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i currently reformatted the computer, deleted everything and started again.

i have currently now got no d: drive which is built into the computer.

i did. start >> control panel >> performance and maintanence >> system >> hardware >> device manager >> uninstalled then reinstalled and it reappeared.

i restarted the computer and now its not.

i go back into device manager and its not there therefore i cant use the cd drive to run anything.

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keyboard is wrong

e.g. my @ button near enter and right shift is moved to shift + 2
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Is the D: drive your CD drive/burner?

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yes

but its not there
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What is the model of your computer? Did it come with the computer (The CD drive)?

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doesnt matter i have sorted it
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