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Re: The keyboard has gone crazy
Have you recently spilled something on it? I know that sounds silly, but I've done it in the past and the only way to fix that is to get a new keyboard! If not, try taking a qtip and popping a few buttons off of the keys you're having problems with and wiping away the dity/grime/whatever is on there that's clogging its "brain"
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some rhythms have only accompaniment in it. This is not a malfunction I think. And What about this ? This is my problem with casio ctk 7000.. Can you try on the keyboard ? : Hello. I bought a Casio keyboard CTK 7000 two months ago. Firstly I did not notice the problem. But a few days ago I perceived this malfunction; Sometimes when I hit the "INTRO" button during any default (Not user) rhyhms and accompaniment plays, the playing chord is jumping to C chord. For example; When the accompanimet is playing Am chord and I push the "INTRO" button, the keyboard changes the "Am" chord to "C" chord automatically. It always happens when I hit the INTRO button at the just beginning of the measure but not at the middle of the measure. Its troublesome for me, specially during live performance. Can you help and give information about this problem? Thank you very much already now.
It could be a couple of things. Make sure the reciever and mouse are connected. Usually a button on the reciever and then push the button on the mouse. If you can try changing channels-Make sure you are using a mouse pad. Different sufaces cause different responses Check Task manager and see if you CPU is hitting 100% usage. The mouse can lock up and release when you have high usage.
If none of that works be more specific as to what you tied etc
If it used to light up and now doesn't, it's probably gone bad. You did the correct thing in testing it on another computer. If it has a little "connect" button on it, push that button. Also push the "connect" buttons on the mouse and keyboard. See if that helps.
I try to find something, and I am glad if can help with this. I think that is key for shut down, right on top. Try this document in PDF format. http://www.logitech.com/repository/1408/pdf/13049.1.0.pdf
on the bottom of the key there is little holders and what happens is when you push the key button onto the tactile that goes underneath it, it will snap into place, problem is if any of the little holders underneath the key button or any part of the tactile that it snaps onto is broken then it won't go on properly.
I think that is whats going on here, if your hearing it snap into place but it won't stay on then there is something broken between the tactile or the keyboard button. Your best bet is to get another keyboard probably if you can't get that button to stay on.
The keyboard appears to be defective, but if you replace it and you still have issues, then the matrixing chip on the motherboard is bad and you will have to change the motherboard as well. Let me know, and vote.