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I have to hold the keys down for a couples seconds on my EeePC asus laptop in order for it to type. Did I press something that locked a keyboard delay?

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You might have activated Sticky Keys or more likely Filter keys feature, used for some types of special assistive access.

Open your Ease of access control from the control panel and read up.
Try holding down the Right Shift key for 8 seconds and see if it clears.

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