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Sounds like the keyboard chip on the motherboard is failing. To determine this, connect a USB external keyboard up and see if you can type as fast as you normally do and it doesn't act the same as the original keyboard. If it fixes the problem, you can either have the laptop repaired by HP or just use the external keyboard. You can do the test with an external wireless keyboard too
Posted on Dec 06, 2016
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