"blame whoever you want, it is what it is"
Pretty much. But, I just want to be able to have a functioning kb. I dont see why WE have to go thru a bunch of hell to simply disable it. And the other poster just hit me wrong with their comments.

"most people simply unplug a dud keyboard if its a desktop PC, and replace it with a working one. And for the most part, most people replace a defective keyboard in a laptop with a functional one."
That's what Ive always done. NEVER been an issue and now suddenly, it's become an issue. It's like gremlins inside the computer, terrorizing me. According to my Av, no viruses, but, some major weird stuff going on. If no viruses, I suspect interference. Itd seem uninstalling or disabling the onboard keyboard and laptop would be easiest solution.


Unplug the ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the laptops motherboard
Not that skilled with laptop hardware.

Thanks

Quote Originally Posted by alphanumeric View Post
For what its worth, the reason there is no disable option is likely because most people simply unplug a dud keyboard if its a desktop PC, and replace it with a working one. And for the most part, most people replace a defective keyboard in a laptop with a functional one. Blame who ever you want but it is what it is.

Unplug the ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the laptops motherboard and problem solved.