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Benji-b

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About Benji-b

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  • Birthday 11/23/1944

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    County Durham
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    United Kingdom
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    XP Home
  1. I have and there is no difference, I am 99% certain the fualt is in the software/settings not a keyboard/mouse conflict, which I assume you were suggesting. This is going nowhere, it looks like I will have to go back onto Microsft and see if their bods can help.
  2. the cordless keyboard is connected, via wireless reciever, to PS/2 connector the mouse is a usb, optical Actually these are the only keyboard and mouse I have my pension isn,t enough to keep renewing gear all the time. it,s 11.20 here so I am going to bed. Hope to hear so resolves tomorrow.
  3. both the keyboard AND the mouse are 'PS/"' type or compatible, the only 'new' software was updated on existing software, I will try new batteries but I am still confused as to how this will also affect the sound so any voices sound like 'MAX HEADROOM' if you remember him.
  4. Hi Tarun, Actually I am using a Time wireless keyboard, the same one I was using before I started having probs. Iwouldn,t have thought it would affect the sound as well, would it? It,s a cordless Multi-media + Internet Keyboard, Model K80500 if that makes any difference. Soz, I am also using a USB optical mouse again one I was using prior to the prob. I don,t use the cordless mouse cos I got sick of changing batteries, whereas the keyboard has had the same ones for more than a year, and still works well for now.
  5. Hi Tarun, Actually I am using a Time wireless keyboard, the same one I was using before I started having probs. Iwouldn,t have thought it would affect the sound as well, would it? It,s a cordless Multi-media + Internet Keyboard, Model K80500 if that makes any difference.
  6. I have recently had good reason to reboot my XP OS. Since then tho' I have had a few probs, some of which I have managed to solve myself, the latest was 'update installation failure'. I got help from Microsoft for that via "Dial-a-fix, " worked brilliant. NOW, since that problem started I have another which I considered less important, but now is at the top of my list. Sometimes when I am typing, more so when playing games, the letters/ sounds/ and mouse pointer "stutters", e.g. starts, then stops, starts again and so on, at a rate of around once per second. Can anyone tell me how to solve this, I know I should know,but after all my probs lately my brain hurts when trying to find the source of the error, I,m presuming it to be an error in my settings somewhere. HELP before I go completely MAAAADDD?????
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