Keyboard in Sony® VAIO E Series
Information on Sony VAIO E Series and its keyboard related problems
Sony VAIO E Series is a series of laptops that has a number of features. This series has a transparent design and is available in a number of color patterns. The keyboard can be defined as an input device that has a number of buttons and keys. A keyboard has several characters printed on the keys and each press of a key corresponds to a single written symbol. It is seen that keyboard plays a very important role in computer gaming. The keyboard also helps to give commands to the operating system of a computer.
Here are some ways to address the common keyboard issues on Sony VAIO E Series:
- Information on Driver issues
- Hardware problems
- Keyboard encodes only numbers
Information on Driver issues
As the keyboard is a hardware device, it is important that the right and compatible drivers are installed on your Sony VAIO E Series. The device driver is a software component that helps in making communications from software to hardware fast and efficient. If you are using a bad driver or a wrong driver, the keyboard might not function well. Check the device manager and see to it that the keyboard is updated with the latest drivers. You can go to the Sony VAIO software and driver download page to check for hardware drivers.
The user may also face a number of hardware issues while using the keyword. Sometimes there is a possibility that a key may not work properly which may create a lot of problem in the smooth functioning of your system. To avoid any hardware issues the user should get the keyboard repaired through tech experts and the user should also take various measures to avoid hardware issues.
If your keyboard is typing numbers only, it does not always mean your keyboard is malfunctioning. It could mean that you have typed or pressed the functions for number lock. This messes up the settings of your keyboard. You can easily change it back to the regular setup by pressing function button and the number lock key. This will set your keyboard back to its original settings.