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Use this utility to test your keyboard functionality. You can easily distinguised a fully functional key and a non functional key by just observing the color of the corresponding key on your screen. Press any key on your keyboard and the corresponding key on your screen virtual keyboard will change its color to lightgreen, that means that the key is working properly, if no change of color is made or that particular key does not turn lightgreen on your virtual keyboard on your screen then that particular key is most likely broken. Duplicate Keys such as the Shift key, Enter key, Alt key, Win key and Ctrl keys will change its color from lightgreen then to lightblue when pressed any of the two keys, so you have to test both individual key for proper functionallity. To test your numberic keypad properly be sure to turn on number lock.
You can also check your keyboard LED lights, for example pressing any of this keys CAPS lock key, the Scroll lock key and Num lock key on your keyboard should change the color to red or grey on the LED on the status indicator. The LED is ON if it's red and off if it's grey shown at the upper right of the virtual keyboard on your screen and it is also indicated on the table. Red is an indication that the keyboard Caps lock, Scroll lock or the Num lock is ON depending on what key you pressed. The ON or OFF status of LED on your screen virtual keyboard should be similar on your actual keyboard.