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A couple hours ago from this post, i restarted my Dv6-6136tx and when it was booting, it made a constant beeping with only pauses inbetween each beep.

 

I eventually got it too boot up, but when i got into windows and started typing, there is a constant spam of "2" when i havn't pressed the button. It seems to be caused by the number pad, as when i turn 'num lock' off, it starts to scroll down.

 

Could these issuse be related? Any help would be great, as im typing off my phone and i hate not being able to use a computer.

 

Thanks, Aj

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Looks like something to do with your notebook keyboard.

DOes the Number 2 key feel sticky to you?

 

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The key doesn't feel sticky at all. Currently have the laptop on testing it and while it does not have a spam of 2 or scroll down, a few of the other numberpad keys are not working

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