Hi, I'm having an issue where at random points, the keyboard will become completely unresponsive. Here is what I've gathered so far: The keyboard inside the VM becomes unresponsive and keeps "pressing" the key that was pressed when this "freeze" occurs. If I go into a text editor in Windows, I will see that key's character being spammed continuously Outside the VM, in MacOS, the keyboard works perfectly fine Disconnecting the keyboard completely from the Mac does not "unfreeze" the keyboard in the VM Suspending and resuming the VM actually "unfreezes" the keyboard inside the VM While suspending and resuming is a workaround, it doesn't work for me, since I'm using Parallels for gaming. As for my own theory: Suspending and resuming a VM should not make any changes to the OS running inside the VM. The VMs software-implemented hardware (mouse, keyboard, etc.) may reset, though, when the VM suspends and resumes. This is my understanding of how VMs work in general. If this is correct, this must suggest that there is nothing wrong with the OS inside the VM (Windows). The keyboard itself is obviously responsive outside the VM, so the keyboard cannot not be the culprit either. It can't be the OS that is failing and it cannot be the keyboard itself. My conclusion is that there must be something wrong with the software that implements the virtual keyboard. I'm running a M1 MacBook MAX with Parallels 17.1.1 (51537) Has anyone found a solution to this?