Question about Dell Inspiron 531s Desktop Computer
Keyboard types extra letters i have to go back and delete them one by one help? same sentence: keybvoard typ/exs exstra .letterxs i habve to go bva,ck amnd de.lete themn omne bvy omne he.lp/P?
I just had the same problem - keyboard was adding a 'd' after every 'a' and 's': solution was indeed to clean-out the keyboard: main culprit seemed to be hairs caught under the keypads (I suspect a cat may have been sleeping on there (again!!!)). If it's a desktop keyboard, it's generally possible to (unplug it and!) wash it out completely - make sure you air-dry it thoroughly before re-connecting!
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
This can be caused by a number of things, would be helpfull to know if you are using a laptop or a desktop and if desktop what sort of keyboard. IF this is a laptop, then my first thought is that it seems to me it hits mostly closeby keys, like B and V or S and X. On laptops there is a touch
sensitivity setting. Use your help and support option to find out how as they
are different in every laptop and you did not specify a model. Also use compressed air to blow out the keyboard as you may have a piece of dust etc under that one key making it activate sooner than the others or making it sort of overlap to the closeby keys making them active as well as what you hit.
If this is not a laptop, then please specify the brand of keyboard, but try the compressed air either way, I suspect this is merely a case of dust.
Pleaset let me know if this helped:)
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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