Under keyboard properties it has speed and hardware
One thing i did notice it says Standard PS/2 Keyboard device is functioning properly it says it is plugged in but it isnt. The only things i have plugged in is a usb mic, a usb web cam ,and usb wireless mouse
ok i had to go to advanced settings in keyboard properties and do you want me to uninstall the driver then reboot
ok that work when i put another keyboard in the usb. So it looks like i have a bad keyboard on my laptop then? Is this something that can be fixed or easy to put in another one?
Lift up the keyboard bezel using a small flat-head screwdriver. Continue removing the bezel with your fingers.
Lift up and remove the keyboard bezel.
Remove two screws securing the keyboard.
Lift up the keyboard and place it on the laptop cover so you can access the keyboard cable connector. Unlock the connector and pull the cable. Remove the keyboard.