Quote: Originally Posted by ollie007
where did toshiba stash the keyboard among their utilities?
Hi Ollie! METHOD 1
Try holding the Windows Key then pressing R. In the Run windows copy and paste this (Without The Quotes) "%windir%\system32\osk.exe" Method 2
Or if you want that on your desktop:
1. Right-Click on an empty area of the desktop.
2. Go to New and select Shortcut.
3. Copy and paste "%windir%\system32\osk.exe" into the box, WITHOUT THE QUATATION MARKS!
4. Call it On-Screen Keyboard, or whatever you want (it doesn't matter)
5. Click Finish
There should now be an On-Screen Keyboard Icon on your desktop.
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