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Old 05-20-2008, 07:18 PM   #1
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Default Standard Desktop Keyboard Design, Model L100

USB keyboard btw.
Problem - It randomly rebinds itself or randomly disables keys.
- Just started happening today out of nowhere
- No viruses or anything on the PC


Anyone know how to rebind keys or reset this keyboard or anything to get it back to normal?
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Default Re: Standard Desktop Keyboard Design, Model L100

Do you have another KB handy? Try that and see what it does.
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windows XP?
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