One keyboard will affect anohter when press key at the same time

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fan31415
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One keyboard will affect anohter when press key at the same time

Post by fan31415 » Tue May 19, 2020 8:02 pm

If I press and hold the key on both users's keyboard, both user will receive the key signal even if I already allocated the keyborads to different users.
Eg. I press A key on Bob's keyboard and hold it, at the same time I press D key on Alice's keyboard, then Bob's computer will receive both A and D. It is strange. If Bob not press any key, then Alice can not affect Bob's computer. I met this issue today, before everything works fine.

beast2040
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Re: One keyboard will affect anohter when press key at the same time

Post by beast2040 » Fri May 22, 2020 12:33 am

Try applying the chklevel100 registry patch.
Workplaces tab -> System section -> right click on the icon of system case -> Special settings -> chklevel100 -> Apply -> Restart PC.

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