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12 Mar 2012  
Microsoft MVP

Windows 10 Education 64 bit

You could try cleaning the keyboard to make sure there isn't something jammed up under the key. A can of compressed air should blow out the dust bunnies without damaging any keys. Worst case scenario you may have to replace the keyboard and hope its the keyboard thats defective and not the motherboard interface. The canned air would be good for blowing the dust out of the air vents too. That may fix your other problem. You can get the canned air cleaners at Staples, Futureshop, or your local computer shop.
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