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Offline superaffy

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Need help figuring what is going on with the keyboard
« on: Thu, 20 June 2019, 19:34:30 »
Recently when I start typing with my Poker 2, the ZXCV keys are all acting weirdly.
When I type Z, it would become zxcvm, X to xcvm, C to cvm, V to vm, b to bn, n to n/, while the m key is the only one that's functioning well.

Is it a hardware problem or software problem? I don't recall spliting water recently on it.


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Re: Need help figuring what is going on with the keyboard
« Reply #2 on: Tue, 25 June 2019, 07:43:37 »
These are probably both bots

That's something a bot would say :eek:

Seriously though there's been a lot of this lately.

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Re: Need help figuring what is going on with the keyboard
« Reply #4 on: Tue, 25 June 2019, 08:29:57 »
Recently when I start typing with my Poker 2, the ZXCV keys are all acting weirdly.
When I type Z, it would become zxcvm, X to xcvm, C to cvm, V to vm, b to bn, n to n/, while the m key is the only one that's functioning well.

Is it a hardware problem or software problem? I don't recall spliting water recently on it.

Probably something with firmware. Reinstall the firmware, might help.

But the way you describe it is... unusual.

Offline Legonut

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Re: Need help figuring what is going on with the keyboard
« Reply #5 on: Sat, 13 July 2019, 01:33:03 »
Recently when I start typing with my Poker 2, the ZXCV keys are all acting weirdly.
When I type Z, it would become zxcvm, X to xcvm, C to cvm, V to vm, b to bn, n to n/, while the m key is the only one that's functioning well.

Is it a hardware problem or software problem? I don't recall spliting water recently on it.

It could be a short along the Z row, if you take a look at the PCB do any of the diodes look burnt next to the affected keys?