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Logitech mx3000 keyboard

To type ihave to hold down the key (you can hear a click in the CPU)and onthe second click that you hear the letter types. i have tried a wired KB and this is the same. I have had the PC running vista for over a yr now it has just occurred

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  • becho Feb 05, 2008

    I get where you're coming from dude but the sound is not the problem. It's the fact that I have to hold each key down until the second click. i.e. when I press a key all I hear is the sound in the CPU from the speaker but nothing types until you hold down the key until the second click and then the letter is typed. you can imagine how slow and frustrating that is. I appreciate your trying and if you have any more help then please send. cheers!

  • becho Feb 05, 2008

    but its not the sound thats the problem its the fact that the keyboard doesn't type as normal. If I unplug the speaker then the problem will remain apart from it not being audible,i don't mind the sound but i want my keyboard to type when I hit the keys and not having to hold them down for 2 seconds chief. Cheers anyways!

  • becho Feb 05, 2008

    but its not the sound thats the problem its the fact that the keyboard doesn't type as normal. If I unplug the speaker then the problem will remain apart from it not being audible,i don't mind the sound but i want my keyboard to type when I hit the keys and not having to hold them down for 2 seconds chief. Cheers anyways!

  • becho Feb 05, 2008

    but its not the sound thats the problem its the fact that the keyboard doesn't type as normal. If I unplug the speaker then the problem will remain apart from it not being audible,i don't mind the sound but i want my keyboard to type when I hit the keys and not having to hold them down for 2 seconds chief. Cheers anyways!

  • becho Feb 05, 2008

    but its not the sound thats the problem its the fact that the keyboard doesn't type as normal. If I unplug the speaker then the problem will remain apart from it not being audible,i don't mind the sound but i want my keyboard to type when I hit the keys and not having to hold them down for 2 seconds chief. Cheers anyways!

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Well its normal dude, don't worry!! its the PC speaker that creates the sound..if you want, you can remove the speaker by opening the system unit tower case, locate the red twisted wire( usually the end wire has a round small black plastic plate-like structure.remove the twisted wire from the keyboard. That's it!!

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    Gil gil Feb 05, 2008

    well, I guess you should reconnect the cable of your keyboard and see if its working..ok?

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