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Control PanelAccessibility OptionsKeyboard Tab, Uncheck "Use Sticky Keys"Click Settings Button for StickyKeysUncheck Everything.They wont come back after.Good Luck

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Re: Microsoft wired 600 keyboard/sticky keys... Wanting to know how do I enable sticky keys on my Microsoft wired 600 keyboard pls?


Sticky Keys is a software function. I am assuming you are using Windows - open the Control Panel, select the Ease of Use Center, select Make the keyboard easier to use. In here, you can turn on and setup Sticky Keys.

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I accidentally turned off my sticky keys


If you have a Windows OS, the Sticky Keys option is part of the Ease Of Use Center in the Personalization Control Panel.

Depending on the settings for the Sticky Keys, you may be able to re-enable the feature by pressing the <Shift> key 5 times in a row. A pop-up will show up to ask you if you want the feature to be turned on. Click Yes. (The default option to disable the Sticky Keys is easy to hit - press two keys simultaneously on the keyboard.)

In Windows 7 and earlier, click Start > Control Panel (in the right hand column). Then click on Appearance and Personalization and then the Ease of Use Center. Scroll down to "Make the keyboard easier to use" and click that option. Check the option for turning on Sticky Keys. To adjust the defaults, click on the link for Set Up Sticky Keys. (In Windows 8, you can get to the Control Panel by pressing Control + X or by opening the desktop's Charms menu. Hover your mouse in the upper right corner of the monitor. Then when the menu opens, bring the mouse down to the Settings option (looks like a gear). Then choose Control Panel.)

I hope this helps.

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Keyboard keys wont type. used on screen keyboard to type this. any suggestions?


You might have "sticky keys" so try this:
When sticky keys are enabled, users can access functions that require pressing multiple modifier keys such as "Ctrl," "Alt" and "Shift" at once by pressing one button at a time. If sticky keys are enabled, it is possible to accidentally turn them on at an unwanted time. After turning off the sticky keys, disable the feature to prevent them from accidentally turning on again.

    • Press the "Shift" button five times in a row to turn off sticky keys.

    • Open the "Start" menu and then click "Control Panel."

    • Click "Ease of Access Center" from within the Control Panel window.

    • Click "Make The Keyboard Easier To Use" from within the Ease of Access Center window.

    • Remove the check-mark beside "Turn On Sticky Keys" to prevent sticky keys from being accidentally turned on.

    • Click "Apply" to save your changes and then click "OK" to close the window.
Hope this helps. Good Luck!

Aug 05, 2013 | Toshiba Satellite L645DS4040 Laptop

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Turning off my green keys on HP pavilion desktop keyboard?


Hi,

How to turn off Sticky Keys: disable the Ease of Access feature
Tip: use the Windows Ease of Access Center






How to turn off Sticky Keys: what are Sticky Keys and why turn them off?
Sticky Keys is a Windows Ease of Access feature that makes it possible to use keyboard shortcuts or type capital letters without needing to press more than one key at once. Normally, you'd hold down the Shift key while pressing a letter to type a capital, or hold down the Ctrl key while pressing 'S' to save a document. It's even trickier if you want to use a shortcut such as Ctrl-Alt-Del or Ctrl-Shift-Esc.

With Sticky Keys, you can press Ctrl, Shift or Alt, let go and then press another key - Windows will interpret this as pressing two keys together. You should also hear a beep if you have speakers connected.

That's great if you're disabled and can't press two keys at once, but what if you want to disable Sticky Keys?

How to turn off Sticky Keys in Windows 8
You can't press Shift another five times. Instead, you need to bring up the Start menu (or Start screen in Windows 8) by pressing the Windows key. Now type "ease of access" and click on Ease of Access in the list of results.

If you're using Windows 8, you need to click on the Ease of Access Keyboard settings result, and then it's a simple case of sliding the Sticky Keys toggle to 'off'.

If this does not help you. Let us know the below details to understand the issue bettery.

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Sticky keys how do i fix it?


Hi Dgr Welcome to fix ya !

The sticky keys are part of Windows Ease of Access Center Accessibility program.

1. The easiest way to enable/disable the sticky keys is to press the "Shift " key five times. This will turn on/turn off the program.

2. The second way is to press the Windows logo key + U at the same time. This will open the Ease of Access Center. Then select the link that reads" Make the keyboard easier to use."

3. Under the section that reads, "Make it easier to type" you have the option to enable the Sticky Keys or a link to Set Up Sticky Keys. Select whether you want to set up the Sticky Keys or just enable them if you have previously set them up. If setting them up for the first time, remember to click "Apply" after making your selections.

Hope this helps. If you need further assistance, just leave a comment at the end of this solution and I'll be glad to help. Thanks for using Fix Ya.

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How to turn off explorer sticky keys


In the Control Panel (Classic View), open the Ease of Access Center control panel. Follow the link that says, "Make the keyboard easier to use." Uncheck the box that says "Turn on Sticky Keys." You can also follow the "Set up Sticky Keys" link to adjust the Sticky Keys options.

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Shift key not working


You have 2 Shift keys on the keyboard. If the other shift key is working then the shift key that is not working is defective. You should consider replacing the keyboard on your laptop. There is no setting on Windows that can disable the shift key.

**Note : If both Shift keys are not working, Try to check if sticky keys feature on windows is on. Sticky keys should be disabled. To disable sticky keys, Click on start and Go into control panel > Accessibility Options, and under keyboard there is sticky keys. Remove the tick and click apply and OK.

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**If "Use Sticky Keys" is unchecked, that means sticky keys is disabled.

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Seems you turned on the Sticky keys function...

Please go through the following link... it should help..

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