Question about HP Computers & Internet
I recently bought an HP touchsmart. The keyboar drove me mad - delayed response, missing letters - so much sothat it became impossible to operate the PC. I disconnected the remote keyboard and replaced it with a Logitec. Unfortunately the problem is only marginally improved. What else can I do?
Sometimes a problem like that is not related to the keyboard, but to the operating system itself. Hit Control + Shift+Esc keys to bring up the task manager. Click the "Processes" tab and look in the CPU column for excessive CPU use... anything more than 50% .Look to the left and find the program is that is causing the problem. This should give you a start for diagnosis. Average CPU use should run about 2-20%. You can read this at the bottom of the Task Manager. Constant CPU % running higher than this denotes a problem.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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