How To Fix Keyboard Beeps, But won’t Type Issue in Windows 10 / 11

Many users report facing this issue where the keyboard does not allow you type and keeps beeping whenever you press any key. This is a common issue which can get triggered when you press certain keys on the keyboard in a specific way, accidentally.

These are specific shortcut keys which when pressed accidentally in a special manner, enables the option leading to the beeping noise and typing difficulty. Besides, the clicking sounds of the keyboard is due to the Filter keys making the keyboard function easier.

However, the good news is, that you no more have to press the keys for a while to type anymore. It can be fixed through the Keyboard settings. Let’s see how.

Note: –  This happens also mostly due to sticky keys. Just press SHIFT Key 5 times and it will turn off sticky keys and can instantly fix the issue.

Sticky Keys

If this does not work try the given methods

Solution 1 : Using control panel

1 . Search control panel and click on control panel icon to open control panel.


Control Panel


2. Select view by > Category and then click on Ease of access.

Ease Access 1 Min

3. Click on change how keyboard works.


Change How Keboard Works


4. Now, uncheck every option of keys.


Uncheck Everything


Solution 2 : Using the Settings App


Step 1: Click on the Start button on your desktop and click on Settings in the context menu, located above the Power option.


Desktop Start Settings


Step 2: In the Settings window, click on Ease of Access.


Settings Ease Of Access


Step 3: In the next window, on the left side, scroll down and click on Keyboard. Now, on the right side of the pane, under the Use Sticky Keys section, under Press one key at a time for keyboard shortcuts, turn off the slider.


Ease Of Access Keyboard Use Sticky Keys Turn Off


Step 4: Turn Off Filter keys also.

Filter Keys Off Min


That’s it. Your keyboard will be back to normal now, with no beeping sound and will type smoothly again.

Note : – For Windows 11 users

1 – Press Windows key + I key together from your keyboard to open settings.

2 – After that, Click on Accessibility from the left menu and then keyboard from the right side.

3 -Now, Turn off the sticky keys from the right side.

Sticky Keys 1 Min


4 -Also, Turn off Filter keys


Filter Keys Off Windows 11 Min


8 thoughts on “How To Fix Keyboard Beeps, But won’t Type Issue in Windows 10 / 11”

  1. Did not work for me. I rebooted once and could not log in so a shut down again and then was able to restart and type.

  2. Thank you SO much! O have NO idea what I pressed to make it stop working but this helped me and now I’m back up and working again. Thanks again!

Comments are closed.