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I have a wireless comfort keyboard 1.0A, and when I play games like racing or first body shooters I need to use the "w" knob or the up arrow for long periods of time, after about 10 seconds it stops pressing the knob by itself and I need to get my finger of the knob and press it again, so as you can understand it is really annoying... I couldn't find any solution on the web, but I found other people that it happened to them, and they didn't find a solution either..
Hope you can help me,
my microsoft comfort keyboard is not working
Wireless keyboards shut down after not detecting changes in input over a time period.
This is usually Hardware related in the keyboard to base station so there is no way to fix it using the particular keyboard.
My recommendation would be to go to a USB corded keyboard which would not have to have the power restrictions that a wireless one does.
Alternately if using a first person shooter, tap the strafe keys while you are running long distances, or in racing tap a unused key to keep the keyboard in alive transmit mode.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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