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Hey... looksa like I hsave saome kind of problem here...

  1. Nicole Winter profile image61
    Nicole Winterposted 8 years ago

    ISA thisa sa virusa or isa my keybosarsd mesasaed up?


    --- Nicole SA. WQinter

  2. gamergirl profile image60
    gamergirlposted 8 years ago

    If you have a keyboard that is hooked to your computer via a USB connection, try unplugging it and plugging it back in.  That used to happen to me when I had a cheap USB keyboard. tongue

  3. ProfoundPuns profile image86
    ProfoundPunsposted 8 years ago

    It looks like some of the keys might be stuck together. The S and the A are getting pressed at the same time, as are the W and the Q. Did anything spill recently?

  4. Nicole Winter profile image61
    Nicole Winterposted 8 years ago

    Yesa thsat'sa the firsat thing I did ... then I sacsaned my computer for virusaesa... grr.  etc, etc, I think my keybosard isa jusat hosaed... thsanksa, guysa...

    NW

  5. Nicole Winter profile image61
    Nicole Winterposted 8 years ago

    Okay, it was the keyboard, my boyfriend just dropped off a spare he had and the computer is running fine, now... This now brings up the list of roommate computer fatalities to three: 1.  DSL modem, 2. My mouse now is sticky on the inside and keeps double clicking on things, 3. My keyboard.  Seriously... Pissed... Off.


    --- Nicole A. Winter

    P.S. Thanks for your suggestions guys, I'm gonna take my keyboard apart later and see if I can repair the damage.

  6. Journey * profile image87
    Journey *posted 8 years ago

    good luck Nicole, seems like your problem was solved by the time I got over to the forum.

  7. Nicole Winter profile image61
    Nicole Winterposted 8 years ago

    Yes, thanks, Journey* ... now if only I had some kind of roommate repellent!  I've been thinking about turning my computer off when I'm not using it, but it just seems so mean.


    ---  Nicole A. Winter

 
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