My Keyboard Drivers Are Not Working Properly

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    DeriLoko3 said:
    Can a small keyboard vacuum cleaner do the trick?

    I was searching through Amazon.
    I don't see why not.

    I have a handheld vacuum cleaner and I have managed to construct a narrow spout that fits onto it so it is concentrated into a stronger, narrower suction. I made it from bits of plastic milk bottle handles.
    - My spout is about half an inch diameter but you might want to make yours even smaller.
    - You might find that your vacuum cleaner has a bottom limit to spout diameter below which it believes that it is obstructed so it turns itself off. I just experimented with different sizes until I found a size that would work.
    - My handheld vacuum cleaner is general purpose and I made the spout so I could clean kitchen equipment. If yours is actually described as a "keyboard" vacuum cleaner then you might find it can do the job without any modification at all.

    But dont forget to run this test before spending any money -
    Try3 said:
    A final demonstration that it is not Windows processing at fault could be achieved by booting from any repair disk such as a Windows installation disk and seeing the keyboard's behaviour there.
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    xaccell said:
    The date is correct for those Microsoft drivers. They are all dated like that. I donīt think it is a driver issue, more like a HW or another process or service interfering.

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    Boot in safe mode, CMD and see if it does the same. You can try Linux too.
    I already did that, and it did not work.
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    DeriLoko3 said:
    I already did that, and it did not work.
    so it does the same even on Linux? If it does, it is definitely a problem with the keyboard.
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    xaccell said:
    so it does the same even on Linux? If it does, it is definitely a problem with the keyboard.
    I do not have Linux.

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    Try3 said:
    I don't see why not.

    I have a handheld vacuum cleaner and I have managed to construct a narrow spout that fits onto it so it is concentrated into a stronger, narrower suction. I made it from bits of plastic milk bottle handles.
    - My spout is about half an inch diameter but you might want to make yours even smaller.
    - You might find that your vacuum cleaner has a bottom limit to spout diameter below which it believes that it is obstructed so it turns itself off. I just experimented with different sizes until I found a size that would work.
    - My handheld vacuum cleaner is general purpose and I made the spout so I could clean kitchen equipment. If yours is actually described as a "keyboard" vacuum cleaner then you might find it can do the job without any modification at all.

    But dont forget to run this test before spending any money -


    Denis
    I believe that it is completely worth it. So, I will buy it.
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  5. Try3's Avatar
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    And please do post back afterwards. I had never heard of those keyboard vacuum cleaners before. One of them might be a neater solution for me aswell.

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    As you have described it, that is every key, which pretty much rules out a dirty keyboard.

    It is either De-bounce or Repeat Key rate or Sticky keys(electronics not dirt).

    The obvious thing to do is connect an external USB keyboard and try that. If that is OK, then the keyboard itself is broken and will need replacing.

    Settings > Ease of Access > Use Filter keys > On/Off.

    Control Panel > Keyboard > Speed > Repeat delay/Repeat rate.

    Control Panel > Ease of Access centre > Make the keyboard easier to use > Turn on Filter Keys > On/Off > Setup Filter keys > Filter options > Bounce and Repeat.
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    I think that it was something like this.

    The moment, when I was playing Garry's Mod (and was done playing Garry's Mod), and I was then typing something, something just happened to my keyboard, which caused my keyboard to malfunction, like I have no idea.

    Also, this is what I set.



    I set my cursor blink rate to none.



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    I turned on the Bounce keys, and it did not work. I turned on the Repeat keys and the Slow keys, and it did not work.

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    Do you want to know what is worse?

    I pushed Ctrl, and then I pushed L. That takes me to the login screen. That is wrong. Either it is the key shortcut or something else. I seriously need a help.
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    nIGHTmAYOR said:
    I used this Registry file, but when I pushed a letter key or a number key on my keyboard, it still does not work. Like, when I push (creates a letter) then hold (creates a continuous amount of the letters) and then let go (creates a letter, which that turns out wrong) of the key of the keyboard, it happens like that. What is it that creates a problem?
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  10. Try3's Avatar
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    Please do not forget what I suggested before -

    Try3 said:
    A final demonstration that it is not Windows processing at fault could be achieved by booting from any repair disk such as a Windows installation disk and seeing the keyboard's behaviour there.
    Nothing else has eliminated Windows processing as a cause for the symptoms. This test would do so.
    If this test does show that it is the keyboard itself, ask if you can use somebody else's USB-connected keyboard for a further test - if that works then it endorses the fault as being the keyboard not Windows.

    Try3 said:
    Since it is affecting all keys, which is what I think you are saying, then the most likely common factor is the connection between the keyboard and the computer. Since you have a laptop then either go to the computer maker's website to get a servicing manual that tells you how to change the keyboard or take it to a computer technician to do it.
    - Check your warranty first.
    - In the first instance, I'd suggest just going through the motions of changing it just as a procedure for checking each connection
    - If even this does not fix the problem then search your computer maker's website and any user forums for reports of similar problems then you can consider changing the keyboard for real.
    DeriLoko3 said:
    I pushed Ctrl, and then I pushed L. That takes me to the login screen.
    Given the fact that so many keys are malfunctioning, I really do think it is the connections/internal cabling. Many years ago I would have suggested that the cable connecting the keyboard to the computer had been crushed. But you are using a laptop.

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