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My Delete Key doesn't work anymore!!!

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Kitty Syrak, Jul 7, 2003.

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  1. Kitty Syrak

    Kitty Syrak Thread Starter

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    I don't know what happened, but one day I was typing away and my delete key just suddenly stopped working! I removed the button and tried pressing it other ways, but it still didn't work. Now I can't delete anything (which is what I do a lot of the times) and I can't use ctrl+alt+del anymore!!!

    Someone PLEASE help me on this one! I won't want to have to change keyboards because this is the best one I have (that I bought at a semi-high price/semi-low price). I reloaded the program for the keyboard, but when I first plugged it in it didn't need to be loaded up.

    It's a Logitech keyboard, a kinda' nice one too...
     
  2. flyeater

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    If it's a USB keyboard try reinstalling the drivers
     
  3. RSM123

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    If you go My Computer > Control Panel > System Icon > Device Manager try clicking on Keyboard in the listing and see if there are any entries for keyboards you had installed in case that may be causing a conflict.

    I too have a USB K/B which was auto detected on install - and as I don't currently use the Internet Keys I didn't bother installing the drivers for this particular model, the default ones appear to work for me.
     
  4. flyeater

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    I have a Logitech keyboard that seems to act funny sometimes & trust me in fps muti-player games that ain't cool. I ended up switching back to an older board.
     
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