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Keyboard is very slow

The computer is not a laptop

i did go to the 'my computer' icon
went to properties clicked on system restore

only choice i had was to turn off system restore I did not have the option
to select a past date when the keyboard worked..i am still one letter at a time and pausing between each click

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  • fredguthart Jan 17, 2009

    yes this a new wireless

    this problem just started last week on our old wireless.



    we replaced the old wireless because we thought this typing problem was related to the old wireless



    no new software

  • Anonymous Apr 10, 2009

    i have to hold the keys to put one letter

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Can you go to control panel and click on the keyboard settings and see if your settings are set right
Does your keyboard just need cleaned
is it wireless keyboard
and did you get any software for the keyboard

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

  • DEKR
    DEKR Jan 17, 2009

    control panel add hardware

    if your hardware shows high light and click next if not showing

    click next

    follow instructions

    scroll to bottom

    then add new hardware

    first try automatically detect

    if it does'nt detect start over but choose option to choose from a list

  • DEKR
    DEKR Jan 22, 2009

    you may just need a new one

    have you updated os

    if you did your keyboard may not be compatible anymore

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