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Old 09-20-2009, 01:32 PM   #1
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It's like, everytime someomne comes in or out, whether or not I have the keyboard plugged in, sometimes it'll start holding down 7, 6 and the space bar all at once, and I don't know why it's doing that. Can someone help?
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Old 09-20-2009, 01:49 PM   #2
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can you please descibe the problem with you computer more clearly on what happens i dont think the words "has a fit" helps. Is it crashing or something?
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Old 09-20-2009, 01:52 PM   #3
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Sorry, well it doesn't crash. But sometimes when someone opens my door, I think it's the wind or something on my computer but when someone opens and closes the door, I start seeing something like:-

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776 [Lots of spaces]
Then I start hearing the tradional bell sound it Vista makes on an invalid purpose
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very werid but ok.

1st step: find out your computer temperture. try https://www.almico.com/speedfan.php if you want.
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Old 09-20-2009, 02:01 PM   #5
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ultra sensitive keyboard where the keys are pressed my the air movement??? :O very odd idd
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James how do you use that site?

I'm not sure XD
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https://www.almico.com/speedfan439.exe download it and install
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by the way you could do a bit of experiment. move you computer to another room if it is a laptop or open and close your open once every 5min or 3min or 1min or 30sec (even 10sec) and have a bit of fun....lol (post what happens)

but post you computer temperture 1st
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reading pic 1 sec
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yeah you computer temperture is fine. try a different keyborad
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It says RPM, don't know what that means, so probably..
And how do I check? Lol

Edit - Alrghty, not sure it's my keyboard though :P
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(on the right hand side is your tempertures By the way)
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yeah might not be but it give me time to think lol
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Haha, fair enough :P
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just reading a bit of stuff. a USB keyboard if you have one might be good to test out
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Does that include wireless ones? Because they're the only ones I've got that work XD
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yeah i guess. try that (basicly i need to know if it is the keyboard or not)
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Greetings!

One quick question here:

WHAT is your computer? And, as an odd question, are you using a touch screen?

The question seems to be around "keys being pressed", not the system shutting down or fan(s) running faster.

Please provide us with the following:

Computer type (laptop / desktop)
Type of keyboard being used (USB / PS2)
When did this issue start and how long has it been occurring?

We will be better able to help with this information.
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