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Old 04-11-2010
C and A Bredt
 

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Keyboard 3000 Make Keys Less Sensitive
Can I make the keys less sensitive? I seem to be hitting 2 keys
at a time.
Thanks, CB

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Old 04-12-2010
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Re: Keyboard 3000 Make Keys Less Sensitive
On 4/11/2010 4:17 PM, C and A Bredt wrote:
> Can I make the keys less sensitive? I seem to be hitting 2 keys
> at a time.
> Thanks, CB
>


No, unfortunately, although there may be an exception or two!
It might be that you are getting something akin to switch bounce if the
keyboard uses mechanical switches of just about any kind. Changing the
repeat keystroke rate slower in windows may help. In the past, I usually
ended up changing the keyboard. There can be a mechanical or electronic
failure internal to the keyboard that causes this symptom. I have
repaired a few keyboards with similar problems as a matter more of
curiosity than anything else. The repairs were usually short term, in
that the symptoms returned after some amount of use.


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Old 04-12-2010
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Re: Keyboard 3000 Make Keys Less Sensitive
"Chuck" <cdkuder@msn.com> wrote in message
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> On 4/11/2010 4:17 PM, C and A Bredt wrote:
>> Can I make the keys less sensitive? I seem to be hitting 2 keys
>> at a time.
>> Thanks, CB
>>

>
> No, unfortunately, although there may be an exception or two!
> It might be that you are getting something akin to switch bounce if the
> keyboard uses mechanical switches of just about any kind. Changing the
> repeat keystroke rate slower in windows may help. In the past, I usually
> ended up changing the keyboard. There can be a mechanical or electronic
> failure internal to the keyboard that causes this symptom. I have repaired
> a few keyboards with similar problems as a matter more of curiosity than
> anything else. The repairs were usually short term, in that the symptoms
> returned after some amount of use.
>
>

Looks like I have to go back to Logitech.
The keys slope more, so there are fewer double types.

Thanks for your reply, CB

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