Question about Intel Motherboard
We have an MSI laptop. We are not touch typists but generally are pretty acurate. MSI keyboard is undependable. For reasons we cannot determine, letters are sometimes not typed, typing will suddenly appear in the prvious lines in the midst of another word. We have no problems with a Logitech keyboard, used on another computer.
I have a MSi laptop, and whenever I am typing, my cursr ejumps all over the place! Onto different lines, in the middle of other words. Why?? Please help!
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
I also have problems with mine...when I want to type A it types Q...A it types Q....Z types W...and the upper numbers are
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
The reason your cursor is jumping all over the screen is because of the touchpad. Your palm is probably touching the touchpad and so it is similar to clicking the mouse. So where ever your palm touchs the pad, it will place the cursor on that part of the screen.
If you touch the touchpad during typing, then two things might happen ... either you jump to another part of the screen and continue typing or your typing stops because you jumped to a part of the screen where you cannot type words.
I have tried taping a credit card over the touchpad, but it doesnt help. There is a setting that controls the tapping but I do not know it off hand. You will have to type with your palms raised up a bit.
As far as letters not typed .. I have a MSI CX700 that I have had for about 6 months now and the period button is not working consistantly. Must just be cheap keyboards. I have a HP laptop over 10 years old running Win98 and withstood 2 boys pounding on it, and the keyboard works fine.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
Right now im using this stupid on-screen keyboard. all beacause every letter and symbol on top line wont work. i would love some help, this is the work computer and my parents are going to kill me. lol help please.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bios flash
It seems your keyboard has a electronic circuit breakdown.
Im very sure that just replacing the keyboard will solve your problem.The keyboard has a circuitry inside which send different signals depending on which key is pressed.
formating and OS reinstallation should alwaz be kept as last resort
also i would like to remind you Please do not perform a bios flash unless required.Theres a high chance of completly ruining your motherboard during this stage.
I would recomend you borrow a keyboard from a friend and try it out.
Im sure your problem will be solved.
if you are currently using ps2 port you may consider using a usb keyboard.
Hope this answers your question
Posted on May 30, 2008
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