This article mainly mentions that when keyboard keeps automatically typing on its own, we should start to solve it from the hardware and software perspective.
In today's era, the computer has become one of the electronic products used by every household, so there are endless problems related to the use of computers, including the problem that the keyboard keeps automatically typing on its own, so what should we do when we encounter this problem? To solve it, you can refer to the methods given in this article on MiniTool.
From a Hardware Perspective
We should first start from the direction of the hardware to confirm whether the issue that keyboard pressing keys by itself is caused by hardware problems.
Situation 1: Keyboard Stuck
The first case is one of the most common, that is something falls between the keyboards and prevents the keys from resetting, or the silicone pad inside the keyboard gets stuck. You can try to pry open the keys on the keyboard to clean up debris, or use a hair dryer to blow them out.
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Situation 2: Keyboard Failure
The second situation is that the keyboard is faulty, causing the internal leakage of the keyboard, so the input method jumps wildly. You can try to unplug the keyboard cable. If the phenomenon of automatic typing on the keyboard stops, it means that the keyboard is faulty. The only option is to replace the keyboard or send the keyboard to a professional shop for repairs.
From a Software Perspective
If the hardware problem has been ruled out, but the problem that computer keeps typing on its own is still not solved, it may be related to the software problem. Please continue to read this article to try to fix it.
Before trying the following three solutions, please use antivirus software to thoroughly disinfect the computer.
Solution 1: Update or Reinstall Keyboard Driver
If the computer keeps pressing keys on its own, it is likely that there is a problem with the keyboard driver. Please follow the steps below to update or reset your keyboard driver.
Step 1: Right-click the Windows key button and open the Device Manager.
Step 2: Find the option Keyboard and click the folding triangle on the left to expand.
Step 3: Right-click on the corresponding driver displayed and select Update driver or Uninstall device.
Tip: Under normal circumstances, as long as the system is normal, the keyboard driver will be automatically connected after restarting the computer. But in order to prevent accidents, it is recommended that you use the software MiniTool ShadowMaker to back up the system before uninstalling the keyboard driver.
Step 4: Restart the computer.
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Solution 2: Run the Troubleshooter of Keyboard
In addition to reinstalling the keyboard driver, we can also use the troubleshooting function of the computer to check the problem of the keyboard. The specific steps are as follows:
Step 1: Right-click the Start button in the lower left corner of the computer desktop and open Settings in Windows 10.
Step 2: Select the Update and Security option.
Step 3: Find the Keyboard option on the right side of the Troubleshoot section and click it, then click Run the troubleshooter to start.
Step 4: Wait for the troubleshooting to complete.
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Solution 3: Update Windows
The third method to deal with the problem that keyboard keeps automatically typing on its own is also relatively simple, which is to check whether the computer system needs to be updated and follow the prompts on the page to complete the update.
Step 1: Press Windows + I keys to enter the computer settings page. Then go to Update and Security.
Step 2: In Windows Update section, check the system update prompt on the right panel and follow the instructions on the page to update.
Step 3: Wait for the system update to complete and check if the problem is solved.
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When the keyboard keeps automatically typing on its own, we can try the methods mentioned above. If you have better solutions, please leave a message to us through the comment function below.
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