If it is, carefully open your PS2 look for videos on how to do it properly and make sure not to lose any screws , clean it and put it back together. From the web: Did you know that salt has sodium and chlorine in it!!!! Ah, a modified system.
Running a dual monitor setup if it's of any use. Just select 1x in ImgBurn and let it set the burner to the lowest possible speed I usually get 2.
I didn't format it I just left it as ntfs cause I didn't want to delete personal information. In the end I guess new keyboard it is...
My recommendation is to check if those affected games also work poorly over SMB or HDD loading - if yes then they may be poorly patched or the problem lies on the PS2's side. Good thing it wasn't me buying the PS2.
I'll keep tweaking and researching! Oh well, at least I didn't spend money for nothing Thanks everyone for the help!
This is separate from the "sensitivity" setting in your mouse properties, think of the sensitivity as an amplifier, it can attenuate the movement, leave it exactly the same or amplify it. I'd update this. Under either connection, is it possible to strike two keys in succession faster than the single-key input lag?
Indeed it might, and I suppose that the gaming keyboard below would be worthwhile in that sense. Uninstall all, go get the latest.
Please see the Troubleshooting Gameplay and Performance article if you are encountering poor game performance for example, choppy video display and occasional stalling.
Wireless Keyboards and Mice have batteries which can run out or get low so they can start acting odd too. To explain it simply, keyboards scan across each column of keys and check to see whether any are pressed.