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    logitech k120 keyboard

    Bought this keyboard as it is an improvement over that which came with new PC. But, while using it-keying intermittently causes pages to reload or new tabs to open in Chrome. Have not been able to pin it to a specific key or combination of keys. Seems to be random and can often get thru an entire e-mail or other need without this happening.

    Have tried using all the USB ports, makes no difference.

    Asked for assist on a Logitech forum, logitech moderator said to use different USB ports or try on other computer, have no other computer. Also suggested another browser. Did try the latter with i.e and during a brief test had no problem.

    Any suggestions will be appreciated. If in fact it is this keyboard with Chrome, anyone know a fix?-much prefer Chrome as a browser

    Thank you

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    Do you have the latest Logitech drivers?


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    Of course too, it's a cheap keyboard for the 17 dollar price range.
    It has some mixed reviews, mostly positive due to the low price, but there are also many complaints of outright random key failures as well.

    Watch and wait, hold onto your warranty and don't hesitate to use/RMA it.
    Invest a little time and energy in a well thought out BACKUP regimen and you will have minimal down time, and headache.

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