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I have a Toshiba Satellite C650D. The keyboard sensitivity is my issue, or lack of it, I should say. When I'm working in Windows programs, it's fine, but when I'm on the Internet, it skips keys and you practically have to take a sledgehammer to get a key to print. I tried attaching a separate keyboard, but same result, so it's not the hardware, it's the software.

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As you access the internet via a browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, etc), it's probably a setting in the browser. My best guess is a setting called "check my spelling as I type" in your browser that is causing the severe lag when working within the browser. Your notebook is a very old model and is probably not up to this rather CPU taxing requirement. Another thing to look out for is an item in browswer settings called "Hardware Acceleration". If you find it on, turn it off, or vice versa. The latest browser's hardware acceleration might not be properly otimized for really old hardware.

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I had a similar problem but it would also intermittently not recognize certain keystrokes like the shift key or a few letters. I pulled the keyboard off and blew it out with canned air, then reseated the micro ribbon cable to the motherboard and it hasn't failed since. Good luck

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