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Rt7d40 dell keyboard is non responsive

My keyboard has taken to act up occasionnally. My job requires to enter info through keyboard and these acts are beginning to become aggravating. Before I go get a new keyboard, maybe someone could help? Out of the blue it will occasionnaly not type at all and then suddenly type a bunch of letters as though a key is stuck (although I'm not touching any keys) or I'll be typing and there seems to be a delay between what I type and what appears, there will be characters missing. Any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous Nov 20, 2008

    same thing happens to me.

  • matta3303 Nov 21, 2008

    My wireless keyboard will stop and stutter for no reason, and hesitate in the middle of typing. Mine has no battery, and it is plugged in?

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Probably need to clean your keyboard
check keyboard settings in control panel

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