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mickyd

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Hi i have a logitech K800 keyboard and its nearly 2yrs old and it has started to act really startnge when i press certain buttan A for example come up with 57a, i have noticed this with a few others caps lock come up with i. press R you get #br\,
I am using a spare keyboard (which is a cheapy one and i hate it) and its working fine (obviously)
My question is - has it gone nuts and cant be fixed or is there something i can do to sort it out

Thanks is advance
Micky
 

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mickyd

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Hi, i would really like an answer to this i have redone all the drivers and its still doing it, so has it gone kaput or have i missed something
 

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RolandJS

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Does another keyboard at this particular computer works flawlessly? Does the problem keyboard do the same thing at another computer? I'm betting it's keyboard replacing time.
 

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mickyd

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HI
I did try another keyboard on t he PC and it worked great, i never tried it on another machine i ended up replacing it Thankyou ufor replying
Mick
 

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    16GB Ram
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    NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1050Ti
    Sound Card
    Soundblaster Z
    Monitor(s) Displays
    LG thing
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    C: Sandisc Ultra II 240GB
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