Keyboard acts weird in 1 specific game !!

Dec 11, 2018
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Hi, I'm using an ASUS ROG strix GL703 GM laptop.

I have my mechanic keyboard plugged in and I play every game normally without any problems, (PUBG, CSGO, Fortnite, BF-V)

Now problem is, when playing FIFA 19 keyboard starts acting weird, every 3-4 clicks 1 of them doesn't register so I would have to spam the button in order to move right,leftt,up,down in the ingame menues.


It's extremely frustrating as it happens only on 1 game.

Things I tried:
Updating all drivers.
Repair game files.
Unplugging my mechanic keyboard and using the laptop's keyboard(same problem).
Run in compatibility mode.
Close every irrelevant problem in task manager.
Limit the fps to 30, to 60.
Changing ingame resolutioon.
Nvidia Share - Log into Geforce Experience and disable the share functions under general settings.
Discord - Disable In Game Overlay

1 last thing I would like to mention is that when I plug my xbox controller for FIFA 19 it works perfectly with no delay.

Problem happens only with keyboard.

 
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Issue has been fixed by EA support. I had to tun on Filter keys then turn it off again in Keyboard settings in windows settings. wow.
 
Dec 11, 2018
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Issue has been fixed by EA support. I had to tun on Filter keys then turn it off again in Keyboard settings in windows settings. wow.
 
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