Keyboard in Toshiba® Satellite E205
Issues with Keyboard in Toshiba Satellite® E205
Toshiba Satellite® E205 is a notebook from Toshiba. It has the latest Intel® Core i5 processor. Because of this processor, a higher performance is promised. It comes preloaded with Windows® 7. The RAM configuration can be upgraded up to 8GB. A 500 GB HDD will give room for storing all important data. Toshiba Satellite® E205 measures 13.7 x 9.6 x 1.2 inches and weighs 5.2 pounds. Toshiba Satellite® E205 has three USB ports. It has face recognition by its 1.3 megapixel webcam which might be a good security tool as well. Due to the presence of Bluetooth®, data can be transferred from one computer to another. The major feature of this laptop is the backlit keyboard. This feature helps in finding the keys of the keyboard easily with no external light.
There are certain issues with the keyboard software installed in Toshiba® E205. Following are the common issues and tips for resolution:
- Outdated Driver
- Faulty Driver
- Virus Attack
If you have not updated the driver for your keyboard and continue using with the old driver, keyboard will not function properly and performance would be reduced. You need to update the keyboard driver with the latest driver available in the Toshiba® website in order to work with it without any issues. The keyboard driver applicable for Toshiba Satellite® E205 could be downloaded and updated by using the ‘Update Driver’ option in Device Manager. Once the latest driver is installed, it would be working without issues.
If you have not installed the correct driver for your keyboard, it will not function properly. In order to resolve this issue you need to uninstall the wrong driver installed and download the correct driver for your product and install the driver by running the executable file. Also, if you have installed any other software for any gaming application that could clash with your keyboard driver, you need to uninstall that and update your keyboard driver with the latest version available.
Virus and other malwares might cause the keyboard to stop responding or work improperly. With the virus attack, various drivers might get corrupted. In order to fix this you need to install security updates from Windows®. Another option is to scan your computer with antivirus software, remove the virus that has affected and then update your driver with the latest available software from the Toshiba website.