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Why is my backlit of my keyboard always on

my laptop is lenovo ideapad 500 its keyboard backlit won't turn off i checked the bios and updated it nothing worked i checked the lenovo settings app it was saying that it was off but in real it was still the reason why i hate this becuase my battery runs out quickly i would be very thankful if someone told me the problem please please by the way function + space won't work trust me it worked before but now it doesn't

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function + spacebar should disable backlit keys.

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no it doesn't

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mine is stuck on, also blowing through battery and Fn spacebar does not turn it off like it used to.

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This is the solution under normal conditions. Did anything else happen to the computer?

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No it doesn't it worked before but now it doesn't

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So tell me when this started and what changed with the computer around this time. Installed Windows 10? Spilled water on the keyboard? Installed some questionable downloads? Had to buy a new universal charger? The only way I can possibly help is to know what you noticed that coincided with this issue.

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i just restarted my laptop becuase of a graphics card update but after the update it was still working then i turned off my laptop and the next day it just wont close

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I have a Lenovo IdeaPad U430 Touch that I'm working on right now that when up try to turn it on the power button stays lit, keyboard is illuminated, & the white charging light + white power on light (on right side) are lit but display is black (also on but blank). After many hours of searching I discovered it is possibly linked to Graphics Card update. The suggestion was to remove graphics card and then put it back in...I'm about to try this & I'll let you know how it turns out. I've already tried removing the battery and plugging power cord in then holding power button for 30 seconds. That didn't work but I believe your issue and this one are related to graphics card update. Thanks for the additional info.

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