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My keyboard seems to type letters, especially x

My keyboard (microsoft wireless laser 6000 v2.0 is misbehaving. it will allow my to type a letter or two, but then will type a entire line of x's or o's on its own. . i have changed batteries, uninstalled and reinstalled the keyboard, no help. the mouse works fine.

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Hmm, sounds like a electrical fault but it could be a virus so scan your computer just in case.

Posted on May 07, 2010

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