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Keyboard/double character issue & powerdown problem

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:whistling: Hi, I don't know whom else to contact. I have a double character type problem with wacky keyboard behavior. I use a Celeron PC using Windows XP.

I randomly have problems with double character entry, caps-lock function reversed, num-lock function reversed. Endles run-ons. Sometimes I cannot even enter characters at all.

I Don't know what to do. I also cannot properly power down. Led light is still on and fan is still running after I shut the system down

The problem has been progressively getting worse. Was able to temporarily solve the problem by unpluging after shutting down. Please Help.

What's the problem? Motherboard, keyboard socket, power supply?


Edited by MikeNicho, 07 June 2006 - 11:17 AM.

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