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I confirm that the Intel refresh setting disable that Jeking3 posted does indeed seem to fix the keyboard issue. Very strange, I still don't understand how that setting would have an effect on the keyboard but it definitely does. I will say though it's done something odd to my font in mIRC, everything is smaller and more blurry but I was able to change my font to a larger one to get around that but the larger font is kinda driving me crazy so would like a proper fix from Dell still.
After following Jeking3 directions everything seems to be working. Thank you for posting a workaround. Hopefully Dell will get a proper fix soon. At least for now I can type again without cursing every few seconds :Crying: . Thanks again.
well spotted ! i will be careful to see if it persist 🙂
To be fair, it's actually a lot better for me the last few days, no idea why, no recent updates. The other day it was terrible, so maybe just variance.
I don't know how you even came up with this weird solution, but after following your steps, my keyboard issues have stopped as well! This is very bizarre and not sure why the keyboard issue should be tied to a graphics setting; but hey, if it works, it works.
Still would like Dell to fully investigate this. But, thanks @jeking3 for the seemingly random but very helpful solution.
Thanks but Dell came up with it, not me. I should mention it seems to mostly take care of the problem but it can still happen occasionally, according to my wife who is now using the laptop. At least it's tolerable now.
I just received a new Dell XPS 15 9570 (i5 base model) which I am setting up for my wife. The keyboard was missing keystrokes "out of the box." The fix from jeking3 seemed to work for me as well. Thank you!