Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
When I play games on my laptop, it takes three quarters of a second to respond to my keyboard. And even sometimes with typing? Can I fix this, or do I have to get a new laptop all together?
If your Hardware is pretty much compatible with game requirements than you have to go through some points before playing game to prevent your PC from slowing down:
- Shut down all running updates
- Remove all temporary files from your system
- You must have enough memory on disc that can support your paging memory
- Stop background running applications
- Run Reginout Utility for extreme gaming experience
- Update DX on your system
- Try putting all graphics on low
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ibm think pad keyboard problem
sounds like something is under the keyboard in that area. anything spill down there? you should be able to open the unit, and remove keyboard,and blow it out with compressed air(DO NOT do that while it's still installed in computer)
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
This is generally a sensitivity issue with the keyboard. It's usually caused when the rubber depressors that activate each key start getting worn. Sometimes you can take each key off individually, take off the rubber depressor and clean the contact point on the keyboard and up inside the depressor where it makes contact. Clean it with with rubbing alcohol and Q-tips. This is alot of work and only fixes the problem about 60% of the time. Your only other option is replacing the keyboard.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
SOURCE: keyboard is reacting slow
I think you have a sticky key problem. Go to control panel/ accessibilty options/accessibility options and then confirm all the settings with some friend. Fix your settings in the control panel. Especially all the keys like sticky key, togglekey and filter key. Try them out.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
SOURCE: laptop keyboard typing gibberish
We all have those kinds of days from time to time <Grin>. The best solution that I have found is to smack myself on the forehead and continue on with the day!
Speaking of which,have a super day and keep smiling!
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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