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Windows 7: Can't walk forward flawlessly in games like AVA, CS1.6 and more

07 Nov 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 
Can't walk forward flawlessly in games like AVA, CS1.6 and more

I just bought a new computer and in every game I downloaded yet, when I walk straight (W) and left for example (A) when I press A it stops moving forward and just moves left, this is with every button like when I swap weapon (Q) it just untriggers walking straight.
My pc is
Intel Core i3 2100 CPU @ 3.10GHz 4GB of RAM
ATI Gigabyte 6450HD

Also the keyboard is fine I've used it before and it works perfectly.. I think it has something to do with windows 7 cause I never used Windows 7 before and all topics I found about this problem were made by Windows 7 users as well.
Meanwhile I can't enjoy my new pc properlly and it's freaking me out

Thanks for helpers

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