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Keyboard inserting extra spaces where they don't belong.

My keyboard is inserting spaces where they don't belong.  it is usually around R's, N's and spaces (I  press the   spacebar once it it inserts 2 or three spaces, the  faster I type the   worse it gets.)

here is an example, see the   above ... there I  only pressed the spacebar once.

also

qwe r qwe r qwe r qwe r qwe r qwe r qwe r (I never pressed the spacebar)

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  • webfluid Dec 10, 2007

    I have a similar problem, any solution? For me, when I type a question mark or press the down arrow on my keyboard it will do what it is supposed to do and then insert one or two unwanted spaces.

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SOURCE: my keyboard is inserting spaces where they don't belong.

You should open the key board.and clean space key and change rubber cap.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back as requested, how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.

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