Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Filterkeys di Windows XP Serasa Kena Virus

Kejadian ini terjadi siang tadi Rabu, 10 Maret 2010 jam 13.30, tiba tiba kompi kantor ada bunyi tut tut tut. setelah aku menyelesaikan print out kerjaan siang tadi. Sejenak aku termenung, ada apa gerangan dengan kompi ini....? "sakitkah" / "errorkah"...?Setelah beberapa lama terasa kompi kehilangan tenaga dan keyboard serta mouse mulai susah di kendalikan. Tambah parah icon icon di desktop mulai ngacau kompi makin susah dikendalikan.Setelah istirahat sore, aku coba buka internet di rumah nyari di Paman Google... ternyata setelah beberapa kali hunting nemu juga permasalahan yang mirip dengan yang aku hadapi di kompi kantor tadi siang. Masalah itu bernama "Filterkeys" ...


Saya sempat berfikir ini virus , ternyata kita tinggal pencet lagi tombol shift dua-duanya kurang lebih 8 detikan. Dan alhamdulillah keyboard sama mousenya jadi bener lagi. Jadi kalo pas masuk windows tiba2 ada semacam notification yang judulnya FilterKeys dan ada perintah untuk holding shift key 8 seconds bla..bla...bla, berarti masalah Anda sama kaya masalah saya tadi.

Seperti yang di kutip di Om Microsoft :

FilterKeys is an accessibility option that adjusts the keyboard response so that inadvertently repeated keystrokes are ignored. Using FilterKeys, you can also slow the rate at which a key repeats when you hold it down. This procedure tells you how to turn on FilterKeys through Accessibility Options in Control Panel.


Mouse actionsKeyboard actions
1 On the Start menu:
  • Select Control Panel
Display the Start menu by pressing CTRL+ESC (or the Windows logo key Windows logo key).
  • Select Control Panel by pressing C.
2 In Control Panel:
  • Be sure you are in Classic View (all Control Panel icons are showing).
  • If not, under Control Panel in the left pane, select Switch to Classic View.
  • Select Accessibility Options.
In Control Panel:
  • Be sure you are in Classic View (all Control Panel icons are showing).
  • If not, under Control Panel in the left pane, select Switch to Classic View by pressing TAB.
  • Press ENTER.
  • Press the RIGHT ARROW key, and then the LEFT ARROW key to select Accessibility Options.
  • Press ENTER.
3 In the Accessibility Options dialog box, on the Keyboard tab:

To turn on FilterKeys:

  • Select the Use FilterKeys check box.
  • Note To turn off FilterKeys, clear the Use FilterKeys check box.

In the Accessibility Options dialog box, on the Keyboard tab:

To turn on FilterKeys:

  • Select the Use FilterKeys check box by pressing F.
  • Note To turn off FilterKeys, clear the Use FilterKeys check box by pressing F.

4 To access FilterKeys settings:
  • Select Settings.
To access FilterKeys settings:
  • Select Settings by pressing E.
5 In the Settings for FilterKeys dialog box:
  • Select the options you want by selecting or clearing the check boxes.
  • Select OK twice to save the settings and exit Accessibility Options.
In the Settings for FilterKeys dialog box:
  • Select options by pressing the underlined access keys (see notes below).
  • Press ENTER twice to save the settings and exit Accessibility Options.
6 To close Control Panel:
  • Select the Close button.
To close Control Panel:
  • Press ALT+F, C.

Notes:

You can choose from the following options under FilterKeys Settings:

  • To use the shortcut that allows you to turn FilterKeys on or off by holding down the right SHIFT key for eight or more seconds, select the Use shortcut check box (Press U).
  • To ignore a keystroke that is repeated too quickly, select Ignore repeated keystrokes (Press O).

  • To set further options, such as specifying the amount of time that must pass between repeated keystrokes in order for a keystroke to be recognized as an intended keystroke, click Settings (Press S).
  • To ignore a keystroke that is pressed too briefly, select Ignore quick keystrokes and slow down the repeat rate (Press N).

  • To set further options, such as specifying that keystrokes are not repeated when a key is held down or that a key must be held down for a specified amount of time to be accepted as a valid keystroke, click Settings (Press E).
  • To sound a beep when you press a key and another beep when the pressed key is accepted as a keystroke, under Notification, select the Beep when keys pressed or accepted check box (Press B).
  • To display an icon for FilterKeys on the taskbar when FilterKeys is turned on, under Notification, select the Show FilterKeys status on screen (Press H) check box.

Control Panel: Accessibility Options: Keyboard tab: Use  FilterKeys

Control Panel: Accessibility Options: Keyboard tab: Use FilterKeys.


Sumber : http://www.microsoft.com/




Semoga bermanfaat.




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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

wah, akhirnya selesai juga nih masalah PC-ku gara-gara memencet tombol shift kanan selama 8 detik,tiba-tiba semua keyboard dan mouse jadi tidak bisa dikendalikan.setelah membaca artikel di atas, aku coba tekan shirt kedua-duanya secara besamaan selama 8 detik (shift kanan + shift kiri) akhirnya kembali seperti semula dech PC-ku.
terima kasih banyak ya,artikel tersebut sangat bermanfaat bagi saya.

Irfan Ludvi Astanto said...

@ Anonim : ya sama-sama.

Anonymous said...

wah artikel nya bermanfaat

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