Strange glitch keyboard after changing the HDD to SSD?

Hello, Gabriele! Laptop ASUS X450CC, recently bought. Two days used, everything is fine. Yesterday replaced the native HDD SSD Plextor PX-128M5S, instead of the DVD drive installed native HDD using an adapter like this here:

With the help of AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional Edition cloned the native Windows 8 on the SSD, and now periodically does not work button "f" "V" "P". Have 3-4 times to push, if that does not work, hit with power. Not exactly impossible to understand whether it is hardware problem or software problem "floating". New keyboard to replace the HDD to SSD was not a problem. The train, apparently, intact.

The adapter, which now is the HDD, a little more drive size and the keyboard sticks a bit. The driver for the keyboard was removed, Windows automatically identifies the device 2: "Enhanced keyboard PS/2 PC/AT (101/102-key)" and "HID Keyboard"

What could be wrong? Thanks in advance!
October 3rd 19 at 03:17
7 answers
October 3rd 19 at 03:19
On the loop can be fastened, the locking pin (if any and if not lost). The second option, which met in practice, the connector of the plume has a low quality, poorly pressed. Can be solved by cutting off the part of the strips of blue plastic from the first photo and adding it to the total thickness of the plume.
October 3rd 19 at 03:21
Faced with similar, though on a different model of laptop. The problem was a bad contact of the ribbon cable in the connector after Assembly.
Once disassembled, wiped the contacts of the ribbon cable with alcohol and reassembled it, everything was fine.
Perhaps you have a similar.
Wiped, did not help. - Jarrett commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:24
Is found on a normal keyboard and on the laptop repeatedly. Exactly train, can strongly not to press, and simply pinch and hold. Another option is that modifier keys and other paths are closed and the keys will be triggered. Dust in the nest, not latched the lock, inserted the plume — the main reasons of glitches. - Demario.Friesen84 commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:27
October 3rd 19 at 03:23
The adapter, which now is the HDD, a little more drive size and the keyboard sticks a bit.

Try it without the adapter to check the keyboard. maybe just the keyboard sticks. and this adapter. for something relies. and therefore the keyboard is buggy.
There is still an assumption. When you put this adapter On your words a little bigger in size. that's just the adapter hit something in the guts. but this is unlikely.
Yes, because the adapter is metal, it might have something to snap on the Board or pinch any ribbon cable or the cable and it also can be glitches. - Jarrett commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:26
October 3rd 19 at 03:25
Return everything back and check again — if it is not a glitch, the problem of bulging Claudia. perhaps, most likely some milennia joints or just under the button glyuchaschie too big a gap...
October 3rd 19 at 03:27
Well, old return the drive and see a hardware issue or not.
October 3rd 19 at 03:29
Try without the adapter the drive of the discs. If I deleted the keyboard driver, please re-install ATKACPI driver and hotkey-related utilities from the ASUS website for Your model. Good luck.
October 3rd 19 at 03:31
Check the power supply. You said the consumer. It is possible that the power supply can't cope. If it is not new, check its capacitors. Measure ammeter output parameters. They must comply with written on the PSU. The lack of current can cause artifacts with any internal devices.

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