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Go to control Panel. Click the Printers and other hardware option and in thatclick the keyboard option( for XP, Vista) or Keyboard option(for Win 2000 or earlier)

In the dialog box that opens: Under speed tab
Change repeat delay scroll bar to the third line
Change repeat rate scroll bar to fast

this should fix it. if not tell me

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Search a thing called sticky keys.

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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Need For Speed Shift Keyboard tips


For anyone who uses keyboard in playing NFS Shift try one these settings.

Steering Dead Zone-15%
Accel Dead Zone-10%
Brake Dead Zone-10%
Steering sensitivity-5%
Acell Sensitivity -5%
Brake sensitivity-5%
Speed steering Sensitivity 100%

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Steering Dead Zone: 50%
Accelerator Dead Zone: 25%
Brake Dead Zone: 5%
Clutch Dead Zone: 10%
Steering Sensitivity: 100%
Acceleration Sensitivity: 40%
Braking Sensitivity: 50%
Clutch Sensitivity: 40%
Speed Steering Sensitivity: 0%
Inverse Shifting: Off
Camera Y Axis: Normal

AI Difficulty: Medium
Handling Model: Normal
Steering Assist: Low
Braking Assist: Off
Anti-Lcok Brakes: On
Traction Control: Low
Stability Control: On
Damage Effects: Full
Gears: Automatic or Manual

At least anyone can now enjoy the game without having the hassle of wheels and other devices cluttering up their desk.

These settings work well in the new 1.02 Patch hope these helps.

on Dec 15, 2009 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Keep in mind I'm some what tech challenged.How can I calibrate the keyboard.I need to increase sensitivity


I don't thik you can change sensitivity on a keyboard, replace it yes. You can change the settings on most touchpads.

Dec 19, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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My keyboard is too sensitive to touch and one wrong key moves the cursor too fast on the msi a6005 I find myself typing away and the cursor moves to another place on the screen. Is there a way to tone down...


my keyboard is way too sensiticve. when ltyping if i don't hit my key dead center and just a small lportion of my finger touches a key arouind it, that key is also typed. I am a good typist, but when not looking at keyboard and going too fast I don't always hit jmy key dead cwenter. i would like a keyboard like an old typewriter. do they sell less sensitive keyboards ???

Mar 11, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Every key stroke gives me double characters


Possibly your keyboard settings are too sensitive. Go to your Control Panel and click on Keyboard. There you can adjust your settings to decrease the sensitivity of the keys.

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Scroll swith is not functioning vertically


Cause: The sensitivity of the trackball/trackwheel might be less Faulty Hardware
Resolution: Increase the sensitivity by following procedure Option -> Screen and Keyboard -> Horizontal Sensitivity and Vertical Sensitivity to 100

Aug 12, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8100

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The keyboard types more than one letter when letter is depressed. Is there a way to set it so it is not so sensitive or is the keyboard defective?


try going into the control panel. should see a mouse and key board setting try changing the sensitivity in there. I know you can do that with a mouse. some key boards are just sensitive just give it a light tap and it won't do that your holding it down to long.

Jun 10, 2009 | Dell 0Y3740 Keyboard

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Logitech keyboard


Click start and go to the control panel then click on the hardware and sound link find your mouse from there and click settings and within those settings you should see sensitivity and click speed.
change them to your likeing.

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Keyboard is too sensitive - getting multiple characters


I too have encountered this problem. It was the q key on a dell latitude d530. After reading a post on an osxforum describing a software issue i attempted to fix the problem by adjusting the sensitivity of the keyboard. This did nothing. Next i attempted to determine if there was a physical issue. I popped the key off and discovered nothing. I also popped out the white plastic 'scissors' that the key fixes too and still discovered nothing. I looked under the rubber... nothing. compared it to another key... nothing. All in all I could find nothing abnormal about this key other than the fact that it was super sensitive. so I began to experiment. I put a piece of paper under the rubber. This made the sensitivity just about perfect so I left the little bit of paper in place, reassembled, and have had no further problems. This is ghetto i know but it worked for me...

Nov 19, 2008 | Dell OW7658 (J4624SK8115RT7D50) Keyboard

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