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Posted 13 January 2018 - 04:06 PM

gett5ng crazy 2eyb6ard entry ...........what t6 d6

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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 13 January 2018 - 05:39 PM

Try a different keyboard, or, if a laptop, an external USB one. This will determine if it is a keyboard problem or a driver problem. If you get the same problem with a different keyboard then it is probably a driver problem.


Go into Device Manager and look for yellow marks against the entry for keyboards. If there are any, expand the keyboard entry, it will then probably say 'HID compliant keyboard'. double click on this, click on the 'Driver' screen and select 'Uninstall'. Accept any warnings and uninstall the drivers. Then re-boot. Your keyboard drivers will re-install when you boot up.


If neither of these determine the cause of the problem post back. If you can, do so from a computer with a working keyboard and supply the make and model of your computer as well.


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