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Typing problem My keyboard is typing 2 letters if i strike one.

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  • Anonymous May 14, 2008

    my keyboard is typing 4 letters if i strike one,and it sleep alone when i press any key.maybe i press something.my keyboard is Logitech diNovo Edge.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2009

    my keybord doesn't bring out the letters as they are written on the keybord. i have to keep the "fn button" to be able to do that. what i have to do to resolve this?

    p.s.the problem occured after my cat was walking on the keyboard of my notebook!

    thanx in advance!

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