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Repeat keys and back space has pause when typing

When i am typing my keys don't repeat unless there is a pause also when i back space and my keys have sound i can't get it turned off..

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  • Tammy Duke Mar 11, 2007

    I already tryed that it didn't work either...

  • Tammy Duke Mar 11, 2007

    I cannot put in double lettered words unless i pause meaning lifting finger off keyboard...holding key down it will repeat ...cannot backspace more than once unless i pause...I tryed a different keyboard so i think it is in my settings somewhere...I appreciate your help...

  • Tammy Duke Mar 11, 2007

    holding down key it will NOT repeat letter

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I fixed it by completely restoring my computer...thanks for your help...

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- Go to Control Panel -> Keyboard - We have options where we can configure the repeat delay and repeat rate - To configure sounds you can go to Control Panel -> Sounds and Audio Devices -> Sounds Tab - You can configure sounds related to Windows Operations here P.S. Although the settings I have specified here are meant for Win XP (when control Panel is in Classic View), they would remain almost the same for all Windows OS.

Posted on Mar 11, 2007

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    Sandeep Bakshi Mar 11, 2007

    - When you say that "....unless there is a pause...", are you releasing the key and then pressing it again? or You would just hold the key and it is repeated after a pause?

    - Also have you tried connecting a different keyboard to the PC and see if that works?

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