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bought a new kb, now i press a key and wait one second untill results. annoying

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Welcome ohio12!

I suspect you have a faulty or badly made keyboard as there's no way to control that behaviour in Windows that I'm aware of. And if there was it's unlikely to change itself simply by plugging in a different keyboard. If your previous keyboard doesn't exhibit this behaviour (if you still have it to try) I would definitely blame the new keyboard. Exchange it, preferably for a different model just in case it is a design fault that affects a whole batch of that model you've got.

Edited by pip22, 07 December 2007 - 02:19 PM.

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