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Keyboard lag i have a dell inspiron 1501, the keyboard has started lagging behind some times its the factory key board on the laptop. Im running windows xp and the keyboard is the only thing lagging. any suggestions??

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Disable the ATI HotKey Poller service in Windows.

Go to Start->Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Services

You should see the ATI HotKey Poller Services listed. Right Click on it and select properties. Halfway down the screen you should see the "Startup type." Choose disabled from the drop-down list, click apply, close out all applications and reboot. This should resolve your issues.

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Does external kybd do same? if yes, ck disk space (c: properties) and mem usage (task manager-performance)

IF No, then you may have a bad kybd...suggest shop replace-easy fix to screw up :(

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