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Its ain't a new thing when a blogger think of changing his/her domain name even after having been using the domain name for a long time. Although some bloggers and webmasters have manage to stuck to their domain name for years without thinking of changing it, or maybe they thought of changing it but just decides to dump the idea of doing so.

  I guess by now, you might wonder that why would a blogger ever thought of changing his/her domain name? Well, am going to list the reasons below on this post and additionally, why you should also do so too.


  Incase you're not familiar with what it is, a DOMAIN NAME is simply the URL that a site can be accessed with, taking for instance, this site you are currently viewing can be accessed with its DOMAIN NAME via www.netsocialblog.com. Having now knew about what a domain name is, lets discuss about the reason as to why you might want to change your domain name.

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How To Fix A Computer Keyboard Not Working Properly



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So if you are having similar situations, and notice that your computer's keyboard is not working properly or not typing the letters correctly, am going to share with you 3 methods of solving it on this post. 
     After the recent issue of laptop's processor fan was fixed, then came the issue of the keyboard which stopped working and at first, i thought was a minor issue but when it keeps persisting, i couldn't take it any more and decided to sought for solution.
    



3 Quick Tips To Fix Your Keyboard Not Working Properly

1. Check "Num Lock"
    There are some keys on the keyboard that looks innocent but as simple as they looks, those keys can alter the way your computer functions and an example of those key is the "Num Lock".
  For instance on my PC, when the Num Lock is turned on, the "J,K,L" and some other keys would cease to work.
 => So the first thing you should do is to check the "Num Lock" as to whether it is turned on. If it is, then press the same key (Num Lock) to turn if off. 
 
 
2. Re-install the keyboard driver
 If option number Number 1 id not work out, then you should try to UN-install and Re-install the keyboard driver. To do this, Right-click on Computer > Device Manager in which you would then be showed the list of the drivers been installed on the system.
             Click the keyboard to reveal the drivers on the system and right click on where the arrow is pointed at on the image.



 Now click on UN-install and restart your system.
 If that does not work too, then go for option No 3.



3. Use External Keyboard
   If the problem still persist, then you should consider getting an external Keyboard to connect with your computer. This external keyboard usually had a USB end which can be connected to one of the USB port on the system.
   Below is an example

                  When i had trouble with mine, although Number 1 option works a little but i needed a permanent solution so i opted for No #3.

   Hope this post would come handy for you:)

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