Typing Issues in IE.

By J.Runn ·
I am using the most recent version of IE and when I type every 20 or so, the character does not show up when I type. It's like I'm now pressing the letter down hard enough. But when I type in Chrome or Firefox it never happens.

Unfortunately our companies website language or some other type of compatibility issue won't allow me to use Firefox or Chrome. Also, I use IE at work, and I don't have this issue there.

Anyways, does anyone know how to fix this issue or any ideas?

I have a Intel Core 2 Duo T6600 @ 2.20 Ghz with 4GB of memory. Dell Studio 17 with Windows 7 64 bit. I keep it pretty clean and use CCleaner, Smart Defrag and Malwarebytes. I have 412GB free out of 451GB of HD space. I'm only using 39GB.

Thanks, and cheers.

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That might be your problem

by santeewelding In reply to Typing Issues in IE.

412GB drive with 451 free?

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by J.Runn In reply to That might be your proble ...

I'm using 412GB out of 451GB of HD space. About 39 GB of space used.

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by Unkn0wn F0rces In reply to Nope

doesnt make any sense....you are using 412 gb of a 451 gb hdd yet you say you are using 39 gb?

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by J.Runn In reply to Still

I reworded it so it makes sense to you.

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by santeewelding In reply to Nope

I see it now. You are expressing it as a strict ratio with delta.

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I thought I might

by tintoman In reply to Typing Issues in IE.

try addressing the problem you asked about rather than musing about hard drive space usage.
Perhaps this is an add-on to internet explorer which you have on your own pc but not at work?
I would suggest that you reset the IE to its original state (Tools > Internet Options > Advanced > Reset)
And see how you go from there

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by J.Runn In reply to I thought I might

I'll give it a try. I don't use IE that much. I'll update this if that works. Thanks again.

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