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Keyboard problem About 2% of keystrokes do not register. That is, nothing happens when the key is pressed. It can be any key. The next keystroke will be OK. If I plug in another keyboard the problem disappears. Thanks for any help you can give me.

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If its a wireless keyboard, replace the batteries. If its not wireless, try plugging it into another port(if possible) and if it still doesn't work, you probably have a defective keyboard.

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