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Windows 7: Keyboard Issue - keys change in win 7?

09 Aug 2011   #1

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Keyboard Issue - keys change in win 7?

Hello all..

okay this may sound dumb, but in the last few days, my standard keyboard a Logitech UV-90 (great board with tons of extra buttons etc - that I never use LOL) has an issue sometimes.

the question mark (?) is above the forward slash (/) and when I try to put a question mark at the end of a sentence, for some strange reason at times, it instead gives me a capital E witha french accent mark on it - the question mark is working properly right now so I can't even show that.

is this a win 7 issue? I ask only in that after 9 years with XP, and many diff keyboards, I've never ever had this happen...

?

Jim

PS if you can point me at an answer (google couldn't) I'd be pleased!


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09 Aug 2011   #2

win 7-64bit/Home Premium/SP1
 
 

.....sigh....it's a SHIFT + Ctrl button issue...somehow the Ctrl button "sticks" ... sigh... ???? ÉÉÉÉÉ work fine now tho..
my apologies here lads...got it myownself!

Jim
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