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Keyboard is suddenly slow/ not responsive


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danfa31

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keyboard suddenly not working properly!
is driving me insane!!
please help. Rewardwill be given.
email me danfa31@hotmail.com

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nevets68

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One....use smaller fonts!
Secondly, what kind of keyboard is it? USB or PS/2?
Did you check to see if it's connected?
Try going to Control Panel and removing the keyboard from there.
Reboot Windows ( Im assuming your using windows) and see if the OS detects it.

Hope that helps.
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Is it wireless?

Are the batteries new?
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danfa31

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Hey guys cheers for replies.

Have replaced with new batteries.
Have rebooted Windows XP.
Have attached and re-attached the fitting. Is a USB with the green and a separate purple attachment for keyboard and mouse.
Is a microsoft wireless keyboard and mouse.

Still not working! Seriously am going nuts as use it for working at home.

Have recently installed TalkTalk software and Palm software.
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Is it slow or completely unresponsive? These are two seperate issues. If it's just slow then you should look under ACCESSIBILITY and check your FILTERKEY and STICKYKEY settings. Also, try to update your keyboard drivers.
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Sorry bit new to all this.

Keyboard is slow.
ACCESSIBILITY, FILTERKEY, STICKYKEY settings have all been checked and are set at default.

have ran a virus check and came up with nothing.
have also checked for updating the drivers, and they are most recent.
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