Re: Modifier Key Locking
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Usually if there is a keyboard issue, its the hardware.
I mean it could be windows, and yeah if it is, there could be driver, bios issues, reinstall windows issues, but its usually the hardware.
If its a usb board, wires can break, the board could be dirty or keys may not work right or something.
Not sure how to clean a board, my board has the ability but I have never really tried to do that yet.
If its a standard usb board, they don't cost that much, replace it and chuck the other one away.
Do any other keys stick.
If it is a wireless board and this could be more commenplace, then your batteries are flat.
A lot of people I have have the boards and if they go flat even a sightling may not notice till they are pancaked.
Keeping a supply of batteries is a good idea or a wired board in case.
Most boards use generic drivers, but some things like logitech may have drivers, the ms ones usually use the ms keyboard centre and thats not had a update in ages and ms stuff generally knows where to go.
So does logitech.
On 1/10/2019 7:02 am, David Andrews wrote:
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