Question about HP TouchSmart IQ770 PC Desktop
My wireless keyboard seems to be selective about which letters to acknowledge whenI type any faster than a two year old despite new batteries
It is the one that came with the hp iq 770 touch screen desktop unit
model number 9131URF (k)
Suggestion for you it is not that hard to open the keyboard turn the key board up side down remove the all the screws and the bottom cover will pop up. have a acohol and swab just clean the keys contacts on the board I do this so many times and it work and save you money.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Buy a Logitech keyboard. The HP TouchSmart keyboards are junk as is HP service.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
SOURCE: my wireless keyboard seems to
Wireless keyboards do have some delay, especially when the batteries are low, are you sure the batteries have a charge? Sometimes even new batteries are dead or very weak.
Some wireless keyboards only have a range of a few feet, but, moving it closer kinda defeats the purpose of having one in the first place.
Have you tried to go to (classic view): start>settings>control panel>keyboards... to make adjustments?
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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go to my computer icon, right click, properties>hardware tab>device manager, then lok down the list to keyboard, click on the + sign and right click on your keyboard and select uninstall.
Restart the notebook and the driver will automatically load again and should type as normal.
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