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There might be dust or dirt particles in between the keys, first thing I would try is flipping the keyboard upside down and tapping it all over so stuff comes out then I would get one of those compressed air cans and blow in between all the keys. If possible remove the center key gently with a flathead screw driver and blow in there also.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Goto Start-> Settings-> Controlpanel-> Key board settings
In the keyboard properties, drag the repeat delay slider towards long. Now test the keyboard and try again until the problem in fixed.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
Sounds like the keyboard might be bad. Run your fingers thru the keys in a sweepting motion and see if that stops the keyboard from continously typing keys on the screen. If that doesn't do it then its time for a replacement keyboard.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
I had this problem after changing the batteries in Logitech Cordless Internet Pro Keyboard - Model Y-RAJ56A, very frustrating.
I am using a KVM switch that only has PS2 outputs and one of the computers doesn't have PS2 connectors for both keyboard and mouse. This necessitated another mouse & receiver. Receiver will accept both mouse & keyboard but initial installation didn't include pairing the KB with the receiver, it
picked it up from the KVM.
When I changed the batteries in the keyboard I instinctively pushed the buttons to pair the receiver to the keyboard.
Now the computer is receiving keyboard command from both the former 'mouse only' receiver & the KVM, creating ddoouubbllee letters. After pairing, they refused to be unpaired.
Solution was to go to Control Panel, in Device Management and disable Wireless Keyboard. Now it only receives keystrokes from the KVM.
Problem was solved.
Hope this helps, Plasticman69
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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