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Topic # 230680 8-Mar-2018 10:49
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Hi . Random, intermittent issues with a surface pro 2

 

Sometimes , cant enter password if USB mouse is plugged in. Just cant enter anything in the password box
Unplug mouse & restart & the issue goes away & will then be OK with mouse plugged in. till next time

 

Keyboard (MS call it the cover) . Wont turn on with kb attactched
Unplug kb , it then starts up OK, if the attach kb again. it powers off
This is intermittent , its working OK with the kb today

 

System is fully up to date
Are these issues just something that has to be put up with ?

 

Are these Surface Pro 2's rather buggy & unreliable ?

 

https://www.dpreview.com/news/7270908962/consumer-reports-says-microsoft-surface-devices-are-too-unreliable-to-recommend
According to the report on CR, the breakage rate of Surface devices is 'significantly worse' than competing laptops and tablets. How much worse? According to its survey, CR says 25% of Surface owners will run into issues within the first 2 years of ownership."

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1971288 8-Mar-2018 15:54
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Was this an upgrade from win8 or fresh 10 install?

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