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Key types twice on Hp pavilion labtop

Key r is so sensitive that it types twice before I get a chance to move my finger to the next key. any ideas on how to make it less sensitive. ?

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If you go to start > (settings) > control panel.

Switch to classic display if applicable.

Select the keyboard icon and you can adjust the sensitivity. This will only work for all the keys but might help you.

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