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HP Laptop 15-db0xxx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

hey, so for some strange reason, recently my laptop started having delays with keyboard input on seemingly random times. how could this be? how can I fix this?

(sorry if the board I chose was not good/correct I didn't see a better choice)

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Try to see if the following steps are effective

1. Hold down the keyboard win+R key to call up the run box, and enter 'regedit' in the run box to call up the registry editor, as shown in the figure below. 2. Find the HKEY_CURRENT_USER option in the registry edit page, click on the option to enter the next page 3. Find the Control Panel option in the new pop-up page, click on the option to enter the next page 4. Find the Keyboard option in the newly pop-up page, click on the option to enter the next page 5. Modify the keyboarddelay on the newly pop-up page. The smaller the number, the smaller the delay. Modify keyboardspeed. The larger the number, the faster the speed. Just modify the number to the value you want.

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thanks for the reply but, I didnt really understand what you want me to do, I got that you want me to open the registry and that's basically it. Could you send a more simplified version and the location you want me to go to in the registry?

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