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Typing is an effort

Still typing 1 letter at a time computer clicks after each typed letter

i did go to keyboard settings i am not sure where to look

i saw speed tab...i clicked on that but did not see anything about keystrokes

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  • fredguthart Jan 20, 2009

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  • fredguthart Jan 20, 2009

    through no fault of your own i am giving up



    many thanks for your effort and your patience

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This is a laptop right
When you open keyboard in control panel those bars are for speeding up or slowing down
right click on my computer then click properties then at the top you'll see restore click that and restore your pc to an earlier date when you know it worked click apply then restart
if that don't help we'll need to try and update driver

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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    DEKR Jan 20, 2009

    try and update keyboard driver

  • DEKR
    DEKR Jan 20, 2009

    should have been in the keyboard settings

    go back to control panel keyboard open it then properties

    then click driver and then update driver



    DOES YOUR KEYBOARD NEED CLEANED

  • DEKR
    DEKR Jan 20, 2009

    what OS are you running

    and how old is the laptop

  • DEKR
    DEKR Jan 20, 2009

    sorry to hear that your giving up

    If everything you treid failed and you cleaned your keyboard, I would think about getting a new one

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