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Old June 2nd 08, 08:05 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsme.hardware
Mart
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Default Keyboard has gone haywire - Help!

A Laptop? and the same problem being??

Now, everytime I press 'm', the number '0' comes up. Likewise:
u = 4
i = 5
o = 6


If so, and as you are some three months down the line from the original
post - and the replies!! - did you see the suggestion from Steve Winograd to
check that the 'Num-Lock' wasn't enabled.

Mart



"crackershell" wrote in message
...
hi i was wondering what virus protection program you have. i have the same
problem but cannot find the virus with my program.

"Boggs" wrote:

I just corrected a similar problem with my keyboard having a mind of it's
own.
It seems i had a "Trojan Horse" virus in my "System Restore". My
anti-virus
caught the (2) infections while scanning with the "Windows" Malicious
Software scan" (which by itself did not find anything but my own anti
virus
software did during the scan). I sent the infections to the vault then
deleted them. I then deleted all the system restore points in my PC and
set a
new restore point.
My keyboard works fine now.
Hope this helps!!
PS : My operating system is XP and my keyboard is wireless.


"HY" wrote:

Hi everybody

I have been trying to fix this problem for the past few days and
couldn't
find much on the WWW that could help - so I'm resorting to posting a
question
online as it seems that the problem is unique.

Few days ago, I decided to clean my laptop's keyboard by disinfecting
them.
I basically used an antibacterial wipe tissue, but because I was
rubbing each
key one by one, it must have caused the system to go haywire.

Now, everytime I press 'm', the number '0' comes up. Likewise:
u = 4
i = 5
o = 6

I don't know what to do - is there someone who could help me?



 




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