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March 25, 2005 11:28:11 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware (More info?)

Lately I'm experiencing a problem with my keyboard. As I
type (such as this note) the cursor disappears and the
keyboard is temporarily dead. Typing a key gives me a
blip. It just happened and I noticed that a hourglass icon
briefly appeared. If I click with my mouse, the keyboard
is back to normal. The problem is very annoying, but not
fatal. I've done everything possible: substituted another
keyboard, changed to an USB connection, ran anti-spyware
scans, updated my keyboard driver, etc. Nothing helps. I
am using WindowsXP Home SP/2 on a LAN with one other
computer. This computer with the problem is located
fairly far away from my MS MN700 router. Signal strength
is low, signal speeds are 6-12 Mbps, there is no
disconnects from my DSL line. Can a low signal strength
cause a constant (it's happened three times already while
typing this note) keyboard interrupt? I'm at my wit's end
and any help will be appreciated. I turned off the MS
Firewall that is part of the SP/2 update and the problem
still exists.

More about : keyboard problem

March 27, 2005 3:31:26 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware (More info?)

Your problem has nothing to do with your lan or
connection rates or firewall. It may be an accessibility
keyboard setting. Go th control panel, accessibility
options, and uncheck anything that is checked on the
keyboard tab.

>-----Original Message-----
>Lately I'm experiencing a problem with my keyboard. As
I
>type (such as this note) the cursor disappears and the
>keyboard is temporarily dead. Typing a key gives me a
>blip. It just happened and I noticed that a hourglass
icon
>briefly appeared. If I click with my mouse, the keyboard
>is back to normal. The problem is very annoying, but
not
>fatal. I've done everything possible: substituted
another
>keyboard, changed to an USB connection, ran anti-spyware
>scans, updated my keyboard driver, etc. Nothing helps.
I
>am using WindowsXP Home SP/2 on a LAN with one other
>computer. This computer with the problem is located
>fairly far away from my MS MN700 router. Signal
strength
>is low, signal speeds are 6-12 Mbps, there is no
>disconnects from my DSL line. Can a low signal strength
>cause a constant (it's happened three times already
while
>typing this note) keyboard interrupt? I'm at my wit's
end
>and any help will be appreciated. I turned off the MS
>Firewall that is part of the SP/2 update and the problem
>still exists.
>.
>
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