Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
Go into the Control Panel and look for "Keyboard". Move the sliders for "Repeat Delay" and "Repeat Rate" to the left until it isn't so sensitive.
Usually this is from accidentally brushing up against the touchpad while you are typing. You can use a mouse rather than the touchpad, or you can crank down the sensitivity of the touchpad. It's settings are also in the Control Panel under "Mouse" or there might be an icon on the right side of your taskbar at the bottom of your screen to open up the properties of the touchpad.
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Posted on May 26, 2011
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