Whie typing, not all of th keystrokes are actually gettin through to the copuer, and this is whatmy typing looks lke.
if i type slowly, like this, then the problem goes away. i normally type about 90wpm. ive restarted the computer, which sometimes resolves th problem temporarily, but now its gotten to where its a permanent problem, and i have to type slowly to get anything done. otherwise, it looks like my first sentence there. any ideas?
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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.
Have you tried any other models of HP calculators? Like maybe the 12c? Perhaps the issue is the way you push the buttons - I'm not saying you're doing it wrong what I'm saying is maybe the tactile response from this particular model just doesn't work for you. i.e. it feels like you pressed the button but it didn't actuate. I know, it's a rude idea to solve an HP problem by suggesting buying another HP but it just might work. Go by an office products place and see if the have a 12 Demo you can play with to see if you have the same issue. If this doesn't resolve the issue then maybe try one of TI's business models.
th problem is th way u use ur fingers while u type u accidently press ctrl or alt eg:while typing parent u may accidently press ctrl and printer get activated thats tposthe way the of using keep ur hand little upper position than u usee in desktops thats the solution i know cause i too felt it at first wih my system