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HP Wireless Keyboard: Single Keystroke = Multiple Characters

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HP Pavilion HPE h8-1320t
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My HP wireless keyboard (Model #KG-1061) has started producing multiple characters in response to a single keystroke. Does anyone know what's causing this malfunction, and how to fix it?  Thanks for any help you gurus out there may be able to provide.

NOTE:  There has been no recent change to my setup, as far as I know, that could explain this sudden change in behavior.

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@clei

 

Use the following to adjust the keyboard entry:

 

Control Panel > icon view > Keyboard >

tab Speed >

Adjust the settings and test...

Apply > OK to exit

 

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I wish to thank Dragon-Fur for his/her answer to my wireless keyboard "multiple characters" problem.  Although the response did not explain in detail the keyboard settings (how the "repeat delay" scale functioned), I was able to tinker a little and figure it out, I believe.  Thanks again.

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@clei

 

You are welcome.

 

More tidbits for the keyboard - some of which might be of interest to you:

Control Panel > icon view > Ease of Access > Make the keyboard easier to use

 

For example,

Control Panel > icon view > Ease of Access > Make the keyboard easier to use >

Set up Filter Keys > Filter Options > Turn on Bounce keys 

 

Good Luck and Happy Computing!

 

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