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The Keys G, H and Backspace of my laptop DV6000 are not working

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Filter keys means


Filter Keys is not a function of your specific keyboard; rather it is a feature of Windows.

FilterKeys is a keyboard feature that instructs the keyboard to ignore brief or repeated keystrokes.
--Using FilterKeys, you can also slow the rate at which a key repeats when you hold it down.

To turn off FilterKeys, clear the Use FilterKeys check box.
1.Open Accessibility Options.
2.On the Keyboard tab, under FilterKeys, clear the Use FilterKeys check box.

Jan 22, 2016 | HP D8597A Keyboard

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Turn off filter keys


The Filter Keys feature in Windows enables the system to ignore keystrokes that it determines are unintentional, such as when you press a key quickly or hold it down for too long. This is a particularly convenient feature if you are learning to type or have trouble typing. However, if you turn the feature on by accident, the system may mistake your typing style as mistakes and ignore some keystrokes. Open the Ease of Access Center to access the settings to turn the feature off.

Click "Start," then select "Control Panel." Click "Ease of Access" at the bottom right corner of the window. Click "Change How Your Keyboard Works" under Ease of Access Center. Uncheck the check box next to "Turn on Filter Keys" in the Make it Easier to Type section. Click "Apply," then "OK" to save the settings. Hope this helps.

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How to turn off filter keys on a Eee pc and what


Filter keys was introduced by the windows operating system its function is to filter out quick repeated keystrokes.
To toggle filter keys on and off hold the shift button down for eight seconds until you receive a pop up asking if you wish to turn filter keys on/off. In that pop you you will also be given the option to disable the function all together.

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While typing keyboard letters ,it is typed double letters


Go under CONTROL PANEL then KEYBOARD and adjust the sensitivity. It is probably set too high, thus repeating keystrokes.

Feb 16, 2011 | Logitech Alto Cordless Laptop...

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The keyboard is super sensitive making it impossible to type without many many errors. Is there any way to harden the keyboard?


In your control panel, you should be able to access keyboard settings and adjust the repeat delay rate for keystrokes as well as the delay before the repeat starts.

Apr 17, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite P105-S6104 Notebook

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IBM 300 GL desk top


IBM computers use the F1 key. It is critical that the keystroke is captured at the right moment in the boot sequence. Otherwise it is ignored. Start tapping the key repeatedly as soon as you turn the system on. Shortly after the memory check and mouse initialization is complete, you should get a BIOS setup menu. If you're still having problems, you might try a different keyboard since it is always possible to have a defect there.

Oct 21, 2009 | IBM PC 300GL PC Desktop

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Q key keps printing


Understand and use (or make sure they’re turned off) keyboard Accessibility Options. There are several types of help for those with typing difficulties, namely:
StickyKeys is an accessibility feature designed for people who have difficulty holding down two or more keys at a time. When a shortcut requires a key combination such as CTRL+P, StickyKeys will enable you to press one key at a time instead of pressing them simultaneously.
FilterKeys: You can set Windows to ignore keystrokes that occur in rapid succession, or keystrokes that are held down for several seconds unintentionally.
Bounce Keys: If you bounce your fingers on keys inadvertently, Bounce Keys will ignore repeated keystrokes until some time has passed. You choose the time period.
Repeat Keys and Slow Keys: The computer will ignore brief keystrokes according to the time limits you set. To access these Options and turn them off or on, go to your Control Panel– click Start >Settings >Control Panel >Accessibility Options.
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By default it opens to the keyboard tab. If you are experiencing a sudden onset of bizarre typing behavior, your first step is to visit here and ensure that there are no checks in the three checkboxes, which indicates these Options are in use.
I mentioned that shortcuts ‘activate’ these features — such as Tab+Enter, and a couple of Alt+a letter– and so you may have turned them on unintentionally.
If you do have some difficulty with your typing, such as happens when a Mr. Arthur Itis comes to visit, or/and if you have tremors, here is where you can enable these aids and tweak their settings to get the most benefit from them. Click on the “Settings” button to see the choices. Below is the FilterKeys Settings dialogue.
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In the case mentioned, my client had first held down the Shift key long enough to activate FilterKeys (because a finger “rests” there). The lady was an extremely fast typist, and this setting ignored her strokes as being too short. Since she has no use for this tool, I recommended that she uncheck the top checkbox and disable the activating shortcut.
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This screenshot shows the settings for StickyKeys, and unless you have trouble holding down more than one key at the same time — such as Ctrl+Alt+Del to activate Task Manager — I suggest you uncheck the top checkbox here as well.

Aug 19, 2009 | Lenovo 3000 C100 Notebook

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Typing on my notebook I have to type very hard or


Hello !

Try updating the BIOS of the system. Once that is done.

Turn off computer.
Remove battery.
Remove AC adapter.
Press power button for 20 seconds to power drain.
Place battery and AC adapter back.

Turn on system and check the keyboard.

Good luck !

Jun 30, 2009 | ASUS A6U Notebook

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Wirelesskeyboard and mouse


Hi folks,
Well first make sure the batteries in the wireless keyboard have enough power.
Also, because it is a wireless keyboard, there is possibly an issue with latency, ie how much time it takes for a packet of data (a series of keystrokes) to get from one designated point to another.
The wireless medium itself introduces some delay. The size of the packet introduces delay in a round trip since a larger packet will take longer to receive and return than a short one.

My point is there is already the wireless medium to consider. If you then couple that with the settings to which the keyboard is configured (In keyboard, in Control Panel, or maybe the software that was installed from the disk that came with the mouse/keyboard), eg Keystroke repeat rate, keystroke repeat delay etc. then the process has a capacity to falter.
I would put the Repeat Delay for the keyboard at about 2/3's and experiment with the Repeat Rate in case that makes a difference.

As for setting it as the 'default' keyboard, I'm not exactly sure about whether that would make a difference, and I also don't know if it is possible to set it that the laptop 'completely ignores' the original keyboard, as I'm sure the CMOS needs to detect a keyboard on bootup, in order to proceed. USB/wireless keyboards, I imagine, are 'loaded' after this point, so if you actually 'disabled' the original keyboard (in order to stop it possibly causing error), there is a chance that the laptop would not boot in the first place. This is just a theory of mine, however..

I would play with the sensitivity (keyboard repeat rate and delay) and make sure your batteries are juiced up.

I guess you could scan, fix and immunize with Spybot, just in case there is a malware issue there too.. Just a remote possibility..
I actually have a wireless Belkin keyboard and mouse somewhere, I'll look them out and check the software configs, and see if I can give you any more ideas. The software that came with the keyboard and mouse would be the place to start, to make them 'sort of default', in the sense that system resources would be more prioritised in their favour. Have a look in that software, and I will do the same and post here if I come across anything.

Hope this helps

Chris (ziraffa)

ps sorry about the technobabble ;D




Jan 11, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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Keys won't repeat


You may be tripping over an accessibility option. Try this:

1. Click the Start->Control Panel menu item.
2. Click Ease of Access.
3. Under Ease of Access Center, click Change How Your Keyboard Works.
4. If Turn On FilterKeys is checked, UNcheck it.
5. Click Apply or Save.

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