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Solved: bad keys

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by dannyn, Nov 10, 2007.

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  1. dannyn

    dannyn Thread Starter

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    the t and c on the key board dont work...
    i tired the onscreen keyboard just to see if it was the buttons but the t and dont work in the Microsoft onscreen keyboard either.
    so there has to be some software problems.. and not hardware.
    any suggestions?
    THANKS!
     
  2. Bigfella

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    You could try finding a software key binding program I know windows has one inbuilt but I cant remember where to find it if you cant find it then I will find it for you.
     
  3. dannyn

    dannyn Thread Starter

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    ok.
    thanks!
    i think i got it solved.
    but thanks though.... but i am not sure if its stable.. if its not ill contact you.
    thanks!
     
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