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after latest win 10 update (Nov.) the keyboard will not pop up and I cannot log in.

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on 11/24 2018 I installed the latest Win 10 update and now the keyboard will not pop up. touch sreen seems to work but ease of acces button won't call up keyboard. touching or swiping dosn't work either.

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@swmichel

 

The following might be helpful if the on-screen-keyboard is just hiding under the Power button on the screen.

The thread does NOT address the fact that your keyboard is not working as expected.

 

See this thread:

Cannot enter password/keyboards and touchscreen not working aside from letter M

 

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