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Sluggish/nonrespondent keyboard I have an acer aspire 3000 notebook and the keypad/mousepad have become very sluggish to non-respondent. However, when I boot in safe mode, they both work perfectly fine, so I do not feel it is dirt on the keyboard or battery problem. I too have tried reinstalling windows thinking maybe I had a virus or something but nothing seems to work. Could it possibly be a driver issue?

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Re: sluggish/nonrespondent keyboard

Its the Battery! Remove the battery from the Laptop and run it off the mains you will find that your laptop is running just like new. I had same problem.

Posted on May 17, 2007

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Re: sluggish/nonrespondent keyboard

Yes if you reinstalled windows, the wrong drivers may be in use any way. Download the touchpad driver first and install from link below, then go to my computer>right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager>mice and pointing devices and click on the '+' sign and it will show your touchpad, right click on it and select uninstall. Do the same with the keyboard on the '+' sign again in the same hardware list, then restart your laptop and the items will be re installed and the drivers assigned automatically. There is no specific keyboard driver only a generic one so you have to hope that the touchpad was having some sort of conflict.

Posted on Apr 29, 2007

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