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Access the control panel
Start > Control Panel > Accessibility Options
OR
My Computer > Control Panel > Accessibility Options

You will find the sticky keys option their.

If you are referring to physical sticky keys, and not the accessibility software option in windows:
Using a can of compressed air to remove debris from your keyboard should solve this issue.

Let us know
Good luck


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