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You must increase the leadtime before Windows considers your keeping a key pressed down means you want to repeat it.
Open Keyboard Properties by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type keyboard, and then click Keyboard.
Under Character repeat, move the Repeat delay slider to the right to increase how long you must hold down a key before the keyboard character repeats, and then click OK.
There should be a sequence that you need to press to change it from one type of keyboard characters to another. Look for a key that has the symbol of a keyboard on it. Most likely this is the key that is causing you the problems. Typically you have to press the Function key that is near the space bar as well as the key with the symbol on it to change it from one character set to the other. Evey laptop keyboard is alittle different than the next when it comes to which keys are "functions keys", so you will have to examine your keyboard to find the correct key on you laptop.
If you are getting a lot of = character along with the beeping, this indicates you have a stuck = key and the beeping sound is the keyboard buffer is swamped with the = character. If you can't unstick this key, then you need to replace the keyboard.