Windows 10 Copy Paste Issue  

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    Windows 10 Copy Paste Issue


    I've a Lenovo Ideapad 300 device with Windows 10 pro. Windows fully up to date. I've having a weird issue with copy pasting. I tried reinstalling windows few times but problem didn't solved. When I copied a text, it paste a empty space instead of the text I copied, this doesn't happens every time, it happens randomly. Sometimes it happens right after copied something, sometimes it paste first time correctly, when paste the same thing again, it paste a empty space then. I tried turning on clipboard history and see, I noticed there are empty space in the clipboard history even though I didn't copied empty spaces. This is becoming annoying for me now. Could this be a some kind of hardware issue or windows compatibility issue with my device.
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    Win 10 Pro (22H2) (2nd PC is 22H2)

    Hi, please confirm you are not running an Insider build- recently the poster failed to respond to the forum prompt to specify build number. The forum prompts this so we don't have to keep asking- it gets so boring.

    fully up to date
    does not define your build number.
    Windows 10 Copy Paste Issue-win-10-version.png

    Issues can be very build number specific.

    Had that poster stated he was using an Insider build I wouldn't have responded. Thank you.
    Last edited by dalchina; 21 Apr 2021 at 03:17.
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    Thread Starter

    Windows 10 Copy Paste Issue-screenshot-2021-04-21-133601.png

    Thanks for the reply. Sorry about not including version. I'm new to here. I've attached a screenshot above.
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    Win 10 Pro (22H2) (2nd PC is 22H2)

    When I copied a text, it paste a empty space instead of the text I copied
    I notice this happening sometimes when copying from a browser, say.
    If I copy text from some word processing program, I don't.

    When you do find nothing is copied?

    Win V shows your clipboard history, so immediately after CTRL C you could try that to see whether it worked - which is probably what you've been doing.

    Note the scenarios - when it works 100%- when it doesn't.
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