|Jan 14, 2013, 05:16 PM||#1|
input lag 2012 imac?
So after my yay thread on the new imac, i do have something i hope you guys can help me with.
i seem to suffer from input lag on my new 21.5 imac, after googling it seems several people across various mac OS have it, so i guess it is software/OS related, but not found a solution that worked.
it is there on both mac messenger, firefox e.t.c
it is not consistent, but often i type and the words do not come up until later, its a bit annoying to be honest, its like 50 procent of the time.
i did check on and off the slow keys, but that did not work.
checked the cpu in activity monitor, and its below 10% total.
no widgets, and few start up softwares ( Flux, weather HD, Eset antivirus ).
any help or suggestion is appreciated
|Jan 14, 2013, 07:48 PM||#3|
i turned the keyboard off and changed the battery even though the keyboard is only a few days old.
lag is reduced about 70%, so it seems it really helped just changing the batteries.
|Jan 15, 2013, 01:19 AM||#5|
had this exact same problem with mine....try a simple shutdown or restart, if that doesnt work do a pram and smc reset....worked perfect...if you dont know how to do those lemme kno its very simple
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