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Try to clear your temp files. press the windows key+r then type temp. Delete everything thats deleteable on that folder. Close the folder and then press the window key + letter R again. type %temp% on the run box and delete everything deletable there as well. run an anti malware program such as malwarebytes.
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You may have unwanted debris under the keys. Turn the keyboard upside down and brush gently between the keys. If the problem then affects another key you know you are on the right track - the debris is moving around.
try uninstalling a few unnecessary programs then click start run type cmd then type chkdsk/f which will automatically fix any corrupt files on your hard drive then defragment your hard drive then run antivrus repeat if necessary good luck with this
Hi, sometimes this happens, it's like the pc is thinking about it. You might have too many thing running in the background and stealing system memory. I get this sometimes and it is annoying. Have you done a virus / spyware check on your system. give this a go. Do you have too many icons in your icon tray on bottom right of your screen. Some of them can be disabled.
Did this start after installing something?
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I agree with Celenous, this could be a cause of McAfee, consider removing that software and purchasing a less intense anti virus. I like BitDefender http://www.bitdefender.com/2009/futurenow/en/2/products.html?s_kwcid=bitdefender|2489416886 , it has two different modes so if you are a gamer you can turn it down so that it doesnt request information from you and it refrains from doing any scanning until you turn it back on. Other things I suggest you should do, obviously you only had this computer for a month and must have installed a few things I would suggest defragging the computer and running a clean up. Check for adware, install Ad-Aware from Lavasofts website http://store.lavasoft.com/store/lavasoft/en_US/Content/pbPage.adaware09plus_us2/Currency.USD , they have a free version that works wonders on a system. CCleaner is also a great product http://www.ccleaner.com/ . This will also clean up some unneeded files that clog up the computer that make it run so slow.
Its not a virus issue, Depending on how long and how hard you have been using your laptop keyboard, the hardware can become damaged over time. Best suggestion is to have it checked out by a local BestBuy Geek Squad Technician, to check to make sure that it is a hardware issue. Otherwise, they now have the roll out laptop keyboards for easy use and travel, and very hard to break.