Every time I change keyboard, it works slower, which means the cursor moves very slow, compared to the previously attached keyboard, unless I restart my PC.
Is there a way I can maximize its functionality without having to restart my PC?
- Microsoft Windows XP Version 2002 Service Pack 2
- Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU 2.80GHz, 2.79 GHz, 1.99 GB of RAM
The Repeat Rate is set to MAX on all occasions.
The first keyboard which is attached when we power-on the pc (Keyboard No.1) works normally, but everytime we unplug it, to plug another (Keyboard No.2), the replacement keyboard always works slower, and any succeeding keyboard replacements (Keyboard No.3, Keyboard No.4, Keyboard No.5, and so on) all works slower.
Doing things the other way around, first loaded is Keyboard 5, then Keyboard 4, then Keyboard 3 and so on, don't solved the problem.
The thing is whichever keyboard is plugged-in the first time we powered-on the PC, that keyboard "only" will work normally, but all the replacements will work slower, no matter which keyboard was that (Keyboard 1, 2, 3, 4, 5).
The only solution we know of is to restart the PC every time a keyboard replacement will be taking place.