Internal keyboard not working on Asus Zenbook

nursakn

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Recently I wanted to switch to Linux OS from windows 10 on my laptop. So I installed ubuntu first time and laptop keyboard here was not working at all, it seemed to me like i had broken installation here, so I decided to try other ubuntu based zorin 16, keyboard here doesn't work too, later on install debian based deepin, keyboard here works perfectly all the time, but this ui is absolutely not mine. Finally installed elementary OS, unfortunately keyboard doesn't work here too(everytime laptop keyboard did not work, I used external one). I tried to install, reinstall remove and install, reboot before installation, reboot after installation on xserver-xorg-input-all, but no results were there. And then I thought i found a solution when installed xserver-xorg-input-kbd keyboard started working after reboot, however after rebooting once more while laptop keyboard doesnt work and this goes into the cycle, install-reboot-install-reboot.
My specs are:
ASUS zenbook 14 UM425Q
16gb RAM
512GB nvme (70 for linux 4 for swap area)
AMD ryzen 9 5900hx
Can you please help me somehow? Couldn't find anything at google. Also tried finding xorf.conf - no results.
When keyboard is working, AT Translated Set 2 keyboard appears in xinput list, other times, it cannot be found even with xinput list-props.
 
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I'd install a clean Ubuntu 20.04 (or something from the official flavors, like Lubuntu, Mate, or Budgie). Then, I'd try to use a more recent kernel. In researching this, I came across this answer:

 
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I'd install a clean Ubuntu 20.04 (or something from the official flavors, like Lubuntu, Mate, or Budgie). Then, I'd try to use a more recent kernel. In researching this, I came across this answer:

Thank you very much! Answer from forum question helped me a lot
 
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