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Laptop Keyboard Issues

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by adizam, Apr 27, 2004.

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  1. adizam

    adizam Thread Starter

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    All keys work perfectly, except the combination of:

    SHIFT + LEFT ARROW + DOWN ARROW


    I can press any combo, any combo of 10 keys, but those 3 completly don't work. If I press those 3, nothing happens at all on the computer. NOTHING. ABOSLUTELY NOTHING! It doesnt do the left arrow action, or the down arrow, it just.. SITS.

    Help loL!

    Running a Toshiba Satellite 4600 pro with win XP pro. If you have any questions or need to know what else im running, tell me how to get it and ill let you know

    adam
     
  2. adizam

    adizam Thread Starter

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    And to clarrify, its the LEFT shift button. Right shift works fine.
     
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    adizam Thread Starter

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    Shift by it self is fine, left arrow is fine, right arrow is fine.. NO PROBLOEMS WITH ANY KEYS.. except wen i do LeftShift + Left Arrow Key + Down Arrow Key

    Doesnt work in anything, not just one program
     
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    Going to maybe try mapping my left shift key to my right shift key..maybe its a windows problem. Will let you know
     
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