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Question Beginner Solved Keyboard stops working after a while

Sonnuvagun

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Hello everyone,

Today I installed the pop os, the version with the proprietary nvidia drivers(have a 1050ti). Everything seems to be fine so far except the keyboard. It will suddenly stop working, and I have to unplug and plug it back in to get it working again. And this pretty much keeps going on. The keyboard is fine because I have windows 10 installed on a separate drive and no issues there. I looked up online, followed through some posts, did some updates but nothing has changed so far. When I type lsusb the keyboard shows up as Holtek Semiconductor, Inc. USB-HID Keyboard, originally anne pro 2. It has two fn keys to compensate for the missing keys but those even work in bios so I don't think it could be a problem. I've basically exhausted all my knowledge of linux, I'm a beginner and this is my first distro, and would be glad if you could help.
I guess it's worth mentioning that the mouse is working at all times, wifi is good, ethernet speed is showing 3-4mbps lower than windows, ethernet connection otherwise is good. Spotify's sound quality is the same as far as I can tell but on browser the sound has some echo and is a bit jittery, still very much audible but also not perfect.

Specs:
Mobo: Strix b450-i
CPU: r7 2700x
RAM: 32gb 3200mhz, tested the ram with mem test before having installed, it passed.
 

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