Keyboard in Sony® VAIO X Series
What are the common issues that can come up with the keyboard in Sony VAIO X Series?
When purchasing a computer, less regards is given to the keyboard as most people are more concerned with the processing speed, large memory capacity and unlimited storage space. Many a times, many users get frustrated with the PC because of its keyboard. Considering this, Sony VAIO X Series has managed to come with an ergonomically designed full size keyboard similar to the desktop keyboard. However, just like any other new product in the market, it does not lack a share of its problems. The article aims at helping you understand the main issues that may come with the keyboard in Sony VAIO X Series laptop.
Discussed here are:
- Common issues that may come with the keyboard
- How to resolve the issues
- Optimizing keyboard performance
Common issues that may rise with the keyboard
Common problems users are most likely to experience with the PC keyboard may vary from one user to another. However, some of the common ones are. Keystroke delays where one notices that it takes time for a key to appear on the screen while typing. Disabled keyboard configurations, where one is unable to change the settings to suite their needs is also a major problem. Occasionally, some may experience malfunctions, e.g. lack of response while using the keyboard. Last but not least, challenges with the keyboard layout also poses a challenge as some keys such as the numeric keypad has been incorporated together with the alphabet keys and may have problems toggling in between them.
How to resolve the issues
To ensure that you are comfortable at all times when using the keyboard, you need to make a point to study the keyboard layout. This way, you will become familiar with the layout and how to toggle between keys making it easier to accomplish tasks in the shortest of times. Issues with the disabled keyboard configurations, i.e. not responding to commands, wrong keystrokes etc. can be resolved by removing and reinstalling the device drivers. This can be carried out from the device manager. From the listed menu, click on 'Keyboard' and in the displayed driver name, right-click on it and select 'Uninstall driver' in the popup menu. Reboot the system and reinstall the supporting software.
To ensure that you get the best out of your keyboard, you need to update the supporting software, i.e. driver on regular basis. This will ensure that issues such as inability to adjust configuration settings do not arise. In addition, you need to clean it to remove cumulated dirt particles underneath the keys. This can be done using compressed air.