Question about Computers & Internet
Sounds like a software or hardware failure with your keyboard. Unplug and plug your keyboard into your computer and try typing something again. If it does it again i would have to say there is something faulty with it for sure. To test if its hardware or software failure, borrow another keyboard from somewhere, plug it in and give it a try. If it types correctly its your current keyboard and you should get a new one. If it does it again then get the computer looked at by your local computer technician to solve the problem
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Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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