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01-30-2017 01:53 AM
I just got this HP Pavilion x360 (the convertible laptop/tablet) last week, and I've been having troubles with the keyboard. On certain websites, such as this one, there is no typing delay. However, on Facebook, Facebook Messenger, and Word Online, the characters I'm typing DO NOT appear on the screen at the same time that I'm typing them. It either freezes for a second and then quickly inputs all of what I've typed, or it just takes a few seconds longer for each key I press to show up on the screen. I've checeked to make sure Filterkeys isn't enabled and that no extensions are running in the browser. This happens in both Microsoft Edge and Chrome.
P.S. when I was registering for an HP support account, I just realized that the @ key and the " are switched. So shift+2 gives me an ", and shift+" gives me an @ sign.
Please help! I really like the computer other than this horrible typing lag.
01-31-2017 07:37 AM
Welcome to the HP Forums. I would be happy to help you with your HP Pavilion x360 notebook. I understand that there is some issue with the keyboard, and you have already done some preliminary troubleshooting.
Don't worry though as I have a few steps to determine the issue and find a solution as well,
- Please connect an external USB keyboard and check if you are still getting the same issue.
- Check in Safemode with networking.
- Re-install Keyboard drivers from device manager.
- In device manager right click on keyboard driver, then unstall and restart the computer.
- If these steps do not work, perform the system restore.
If the issue is resolved and you appreciate my help,
Please click the "Accept as Solution" button and the "Thumbs Up".
Let me know how you make out.
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02-02-2017 10:01 AM
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