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Delayed response to keyboard entry

Any tap on keyboard responds after 1-2 secs! Unable to get solution anywhere!?!

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Tengo problemas para encontrar el los drivers de la compaq presario 700 la para windows 98

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Keyboard problems


I'm quite sure this isnt a problem with your keyboard. To verify this, you could plug in an external keyboard and check if there's any latency.

There's got to be some process running in the background that is hogging the cpu resources. Assuming you are running on Windows, use the Task manager or Resource monitor and sort the processes on CPU usage. End all the applications you aren't using.

Also, boot in safemode and scan your system for malwares.

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Number lock key


1. Please tap the NumLock key many times and see if it responds to the tap,

2. Probably your keyboard is in "Alt Fn" mode, so please try to hold the Fn key and tap the Fn key (I prefer to tap the left arrow and right arrow) and see if the keyboard is working properly.

3. Probably your keyboard is failed. It happens, even there is no spill accident. In this case, you need to replace the entire keyboard.

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@ key not working some keys also not working


The keyboard will most likely need to be replaced.

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HP 530 flickers thrice at start with vista before responding


Are you on battery or AC power,change the power setting so your laptop is running at full speed. I usually set it to Home/Office and change the video,system standby to NEVER for both battery and AC

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Acer extenza 5620z mouse not responding as it should keyboard input slow and not responsive cannot input all digits of my password to get computer started


How long since you've run the computer? Might it be processing and update like when it reboots after installing a service pack? That might be making the computer run slow for a few minutes. Give it a little time to get started and see if your mouse and keyboard begin to work.

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Delayed response for keys


go into your control panel (classic view if you are using vista)... click on the keyboard icon... you can change the delay rate there


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Presario v5000 laptop


First of all, check in the Device Manager if you find any yellow ! marks indicating that the drivers are not properly installed or corrupted.
If you find any entries, try reinstalling those drivers by right clicking on the entries with yellow ! mark and selecting Update Drivers.
Additionally, try reinstalling the drivers for the Keyboard and Touchpad from within the Device Manager by following the steps listed below :
Please follow the steps to go to Device Manager :

Right Click on My Computer and select Properties in the list.
Now go to Hardware tab and click on the Device Manager button.
Device Manager window opens in a seperate window.
Now click on the [+] mark next to Keyboards to expand the tree.
In the list that appears, right click on Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard and select Uninstall.
Now, restart the computer once the uninstallation is completed so that the default keyboard drivers will be automatically reinstalled.
Now, go back to the Device Manager and click on the [+] mark next to Mice and other pointing devices and if you find any entry with Synaptics Touchpad pointing device, right click on it and select Uninstall and restart the Notebook.
Now, download the Touchpad Drivers from the Notebook for XP from the link below :
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp34001-34500/sp34473.exe

Copy and paste the link in the address bar of a new internet explorer window and press Enter.
Save the file in My Documents or Desktop and double click the file once it is saved.
This will install the Touchpad drivers in the Notebook.
Now, try removing the USB keyboard and mouse to use the Keyboard and Touchpad of the Notebook.
If you are still unable to use the Keyboard and Touchpad of the Notebook, probably, there are internally damaged....need to get them checked by technicians.

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Is the mouse response sluggish as well during these times?

In most cases, it means the computer is busy with another process. The keys you press stay in the keyboard buffer until the CPU has time to process them.

Check your CPU busy time when this happens. In Windows XP, press ctl-alt-del to start the task manager, the select the processes tab to see if one process is tying up the system (by % of CPU), or press the performance tab to see CPU usage. If it is pegged at close to 100%, something is tying up the system.

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Keyboard's keys sometimes don't respond


It is not a driver it is a keyboard that is having troubles itself unfortunately, you can try to find new one on eBay since that ones printed wires sort of are broken. What happens is that your keyboard pops out a little and disconnects some letters so you need to press in the middle to get it back to work, the same thing was happening to previous one.

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