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hi, anyone know how i can resolve an issue with a comp i just got..i notice on the keyboard at times the letters i am typing is empty and has a hard time catching up..
is there something wrong with the comp. or i have to get a key board capatable to it..

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It's new (to you.) Sounds like warranty time.

Go ahead and tell more about this seller or maker so others don't have the same problems.

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No details.

How are members supposed to offer help? Machine, OS, and which version of Windows.
Dafydd.

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windows 10

it is a windows 10 got it july new. hp prov.

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There are a few models that do this.

Mostly those cheap 32GB models. Those are simply slow things for slowly doing email and web use. Many complaints just like those Netbooks a few years ago.

Tell more. I can't find what a HP Prov is.

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What are empty letters? And how do letters catch up?

The usual solution is to go back to factory conditions. Then it's as fast as it was when you bought it. After that, be careful with installing programs.

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