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Keyboard gone crazy

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by dickster, Dec 6, 2011.

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  1. dickster

    dickster Thread Starter

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    This just started. When I hit key for one letter, somethlng else displays. It's a Logitech cordless MK320. Here's what happens. I typed a to z and this is what shows. BTW, typing this using the osk command in run.


    a
    b\
    c
    do
    e
    f
    .g9
    wH9:00 PM 12/6/2011P
    I
    J
    nk
    L
    m
    nk
    do
    9:00 PM 12/6/2011p
    0q
    r8
    YS-
    T
    U
    V
    W
    X
    YSR83
    z
     
  2. dustyjay

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    Computer specs would be helpful. But if this a desktop have you tried a different keyboard to see if the keyboard itself is bad. Also since it wireless have you tried new batteries?
     
  3. dickster

    dickster Thread Starter

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    Sorry. It's a desktop. No other keyboard handy to test. Fresh batteries.

    Asus M3A76-CM
    AMD Phenom9850 quad core
    2x2048 pc6400 Corsair XMS
    Seagate 2tb hdd
    EVGA 250gts
     
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