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Screen scroll slowly with up/down arrow keys.

Just installed this windows xp desk top pc. Screen scrolls slowly when depressing the up/down arrow keys or moving the screen up or down any other way. How do I correct this? Thank you.

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Update Windows and scan your system for viruses using some powerful antivirus program.

In addition to it run Reginout scan on your system. Thanks

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Download updates from Microsoft there might be hardware update for your PC

and also install the right driver for your video card

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Found this little bomb shell after about 30mins of looking for an answer.

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To toggle your scroll lock key:
  1. Click on the Windows Start button.
  2. Select Run.
  3. Type 'OSK' in the dialog box.


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  4. Click on OK.
  5. The Microsoft on-screen keyboard will open. Notice that the slk, or scroll lock, key (located in the top row of the on-screen keyboard as shown below) is turned on.

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  6. Click on slk (in the top row of the on-screen keyboard). This will toggle the state of the scroll lock key. Notice that the scroll lock key is no longer outlined in red. Scroll lock is now off.

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NOTE: If you have installed SetPoint (Logitech’s Mouse and Keyboard software) the confirmation message Scroll Lock Off will also be displayed for about 2 seconds on your monitor.

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Yipee!!!


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