I'm tired of the keys causing the cursor to jump around with Windows 10 in typing in multiple applications, i.e. Word, IE, Edge, or email--it didn't matter what application or program. So, I just reinstalled Windows 7. What a relief!
Well we shall see where this goes. Now to figure out why my Toshiba isnèt worthy of having 10568 appear on its upgrade list.
I have tried many suggestions with no luck. But somehow I tried this and it worked for me.
In Windows 10 settings in Ease of Access I changed the mouse pointer size to small ( first Setting )
Numeric Keypad to move mouse around screen.
Hold down Ctrl to speed up and Shift to slow down.
Use mouse keys when Num lock is on. ( switch to OFF ).
I am no expert but it works for me hope it someone
I am having similar problems, and tried everything here but to with no success. I have an Asus s200e that had been running windows 10 for sometime. I'm gifting the laptop and decided to put a clean install of the latest windows 10 version. Since then the notebook keyboard is putting out spurious text ( e.g if I press w it initiates the w,3,4,f3 and f3 keys simultaneously). I've run the asus pc diagnostics and can see some keys don't respond at all and some work and many initiate 3 or 4 keys together.
Things I've tried so far:
- Checked the key board mapping is correct.
- Checked a usb connected keyboard which works ok
- Checked the on screen keyboard which works ok
- Booted up in safe mode keyboard remains not working
- Installed the most recent keyboard drivers and checked they were ok
- I've uninstalled keyboard and mouse drivers and rebooted
- Checked out the potential numlock key issue
- Ran the windows troubleshooter which returned no issues
- Switched off the filter keys etc in settings- ease of access
- Turned off fast start in power options
- Removed Synaptics
- Tried Nevilles suggestion above no success
- Completely re -installed windows 10 anniversary version
Hope you can help, thanks
Hello dear ones, this is Girish from India! I am also experiencing some problem with my keyboard on my Lenovo ideapad z570 laptop. Windows 10 64 bit. Certain keys like g,h, backspace, escape are not working suddenly. Everything was OK yesterday and I'd properly shut down my laptop yesterday. Onscreen keyboard is running fine. Please help me
Gosh, if certain keys are not working at all, that's usually a sign that something has gotten inside the keys and is preventing contact from being made. Unless you can pop the key caps off and clear out the crud, the only other option is to take the device into a shop and have the whole keyboard module replaced. Ouch!
Filter Keys is a feature that is designed to ignore brief or repeated keystrokes, and according to users, this feature is turned on by default on their laptops, and that’s what’s causing the keyboard issue. To fix this problem you need to turn off Filter Keys, and you can do that by following these simple steps:
- Go to Control Panel and open Ease of Access Center.
This worked for me!