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Problem with my keyboard

When i press any key it takes about two seconds before it displays any typing on the monitor

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This is usually a problem with the computer and not the keyboard. Causes could be a few things. First is the program you are using is too big for your computer to handle. (most likely not the case though if you are only using Microsoft Word or similar apps.) Make sure that you dont have a lot of programs running. Even with a fast computer, if you have a dozen programs running, it will slow down. Try going to Start on windows, then Run, then type msconfig. Take off the applications you dont need to start when you boot up your comptuter. This way, you don't have a 15 minute boot time, and you can also see some of the things that are running in the background that you don't know about. I know it's kind of like a long solution. I hope it helps, let me know what happens

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You problem is so many application programs run in services of the system, these are cause by virus attack, system specification is low. memory damage and harddrive mulfunction.

It is good if only the system is the problem you can reinstall the windows, however if the memory or the hard disk, you should replace that.

In this case , first , scan your system sith potent antivirus,
you can click this

or try replacing the keyboard, memory. and the last is the hard disk.

If it is new hard drive then you should install the operating system on it.

best reagards, melnavz

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