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See Title and Description. I've been trying to play BurnOut Paradise lately, and every time I use boost (Space), I can't steer to the left anymore (Left arrow). Is there any way this can be changed/fixed whatever? Is this a hardware fault or a software one?


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Acer Aspire 5738G with Windows Vista.
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... Bump, perhaps?
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follow the instructions Here to turn off sticky keys...see if that helps
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Actually, it seems I already had Sticky Keys off to begin with. I appreciate the help though :).
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Bumpity-bump-bump?
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don't bummpity bump....doesn't help


have you tried using a USB keyboard to see if the problem persists with that?
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I'm sorry, I wasn't aware bumping wasn't allowed. In most forums, one bump each day is allowed.

Yes, I have, it works then, but I was wondering if anything can be changed so it actually works without USB keyboard?
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ok give this a shot.

Click on start, then choose control panel, then open system and maintenance then open device manager. Find your keyboard in the list of hardware and right click it, then choose uninstall...now reboot the computer, when it boots back up it should detect and reinstall the keyboard

any change?
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