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Keyboard Problem I held down shift by mistake and now when i type with my logitech keyboard the computer makes a chirping noise and i cant fast delete instead i have to keep tapping the delete button.I held down shift and that sorted out the problem for a while but then it started doing it again.I held down shift again but that made the computer not work properly.For instance when i highlited internet explorer the curser would highlight every other symbel.I restarted the computer and that particular problem was solved but i am still having the original keyboard problem.

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Holding down the right-side SHIFT key has activated the "Sticky Keys" feature in Windows -- designed for physically-handicapped people who cannot press more than one key at a time.

Access CONTROL PANEL and disable this "Accessibility Option".

Posted on May 31, 2009

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