MSI CR640 (A6400us) slow keyboard response time...

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Hello,

The Notebook mentioned in the title has a very annoying problem. After boot it works fine. After a while it suddenly starts delaying the typing. Words will appear a second later after you "hacked" them into the keyboard.
So, I'm already trying to figure out the problem:

- it's not a problem occuring in only one app e.g. Word 2010. When it starts you will have it everywhere, even in notepad or in the browser address field.

- killing the explorer.exe and starting the process again makes the problem disappear again!

- The notebook was usually on batteries and in a powersaving mode called OFFICE, when it happened. I don't have enough data yet to say it wouldn't happen in ECO OFF mode either. Also I saw there were a bunch of new updates for windows 7 for the Intel HD 3000 graphics, yesterday. I'm a little afraid that it's due to powersaving. In OFFICE mode it gives maximum powersaving to the graphics.

I'd like to know what you guys think. I didn't try a bios update yet. But I could do this as one of the steps to narrow down the problem. What would be the most professional way to narrow the problem down? Do I have to study system or application logs right when the problem occurs?

Ah, maybe it's helpful to mention that the cursor/touchpad response and system performance stays fine, while the keyboard lags.

Thx for help,
Andreas
 
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