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Windows 7 FilterKeys active when disabled

Post by ZeroKitsune83 on 3rd June 2011, 9:08 pm

Sometimes after using my laptop for a while, the keyboard suddenly begins to function as if FilterKeys is enabled, I have to hold a key down for a moment for it to register. I checked the Control Panel, and FilterKeys is not enabled, and enabling it seems to increase the amount of time I have to hold a key down before it registers.
Upon restarting, Windows shuts down and then freezes on a black screen when starting up again, forcing me to remove the battery to turn it off. After that, it starts up normally, and the keyboard works normally again for a while. Restarting works normally if it is done before the keyboard starts acting up.
It seems to happen randomly, sometimes soon after starting up, sometimes an hour later, and I don't know what might be causing it to start happening.

Any help would be appreciated; it makes typing anything a chore.

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Re: Windows 7 FilterKeys active when disabled

Post by ZeroKitsune83 on 25th June 2011, 10:55 pm

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