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Where is the right click key

Does this keyboard have a right click key, if yes which one, if no, then what is the alternative for delete, open in new window, open new folder or document, etc... please help. Also is there a translation of all keys usages in english available on any site...

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Why I can not turn off the alternate blue keyboaod on hp desktop


Solution 1 - Permanent OFF (windows 7)
  1. Go to Start menu > Devices and Printers
  2. Right click on HP Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Kit (yours may have slightly different name)
  3. Left click on Region and Language
  4. Left click on Change Keyboards button
  5. Under General tab go to > Default Input Language section > select English (Canada)-US
  6. Under General tab, now go to > Installed Services section > Keyboard heading > click on item for Canadian French then click the Remove button on the right,
  7. Repeat step 6 to remove line item Canadian Multilingual Standard
  8. Click Apply button at the bottom of window, then click OK button to get out of the window, click OK to get out of final window
  9. Close your Devices and Printers window and you are done FOREVER with the unwanted characters!
Other alternative solution on this HP webpage.


How do turn off the alternate BLUE keys on my HP keyboard

Dec 19, 2014 | HP Pavilion PC Desktops

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Enable Task Manager



Some Malware and Trojan often disable access to Windows Task Manager. Fortunately, a few quick Registry edits are usually all that are needed to regain control.

Here's how to do it:
  • Click Start
  • Click Run
  • Type REGEDIT
  • Click OK and The Registry Editor will now open
  • Browse to the following key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\system
  • In the right pane, look for the value: DisableTaskMgr
  • Right click DisableTaskMgr and select Delete. (When prompted with "Are you sure you want to delete this value", select Yes.
  • Now browse to the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\policies\system
  • In the right pane, look for the value: DisableTaskMgr
  • Right click DisableTaskMgr and select Delete. (When prompted with "Are you sure you want to delete this value", select Yes.
  • Close the Registry by choosing File | Exit
  • Restart your computer
You should now be able to access Task Manager. If not, reboot into Safe Mode and repeat the steps outlined above.

on Jan 26, 2010 | PC Desktops

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Editing The Registry?


Editing The Registry

The Registry Editor (REGEDIT.EXE) is included with most version of Windows (although you won't find it on the Start Menu) it enables you to view, search and edit the data within the Registry. There are several methods for starting the Registry Editor, the simplest is to click on the Start button, then select Run, and in the Open box type "regedit", and if the Registry Editor is installed it should now open and look like the image below.

An alternative Registry Editor (REGEDT32.EXE) is available for use with Windows NT/2000, it includes some additional features not found in the standard version, including; the ability to view and modify security permissions, and being able to create and modify the extended string values REG_EXPAND_SZ & REG_MULTI_SZ.

Create a Shortcut to Regedit
This can be done by simply right-clicking on a blank area of your desktop, selecting New, then Shortcut, then in the Command line box enter "regedit.exe" and click Next, enter a friendly name (e.g. 'Registry Editor') then click Finish and now you can double click on the new icon to launch the Registry Editor.

Using Regedit to modify your Registry
Once you have started the Regedit you will notice that on the left side there is a tree with folders, and on the right the contents (values) of the currently selected folder.

Like Windows explorer, to expand a certain branch (see the structure of the registry section), click on the plus sign [+] to the left of any folder, or just double-click on the folder. To display the contents of a key (folder), just click the desired key, and look at the values listed on the right side. You can add a new key or value by selecting New from the Edit menu, or by right-clicking your mouse. And you can rename any value and almost any key with the same method used to rename files; right-click on an object and click rename, or click on it twice (slowly), or just press F2 on the keyboard. Lastly, you can delete a key or value by clicking on it, and pressing Delete on the keyboard, or by right-clicking on it, and choosing Delete.

Note: it is always a good idea to backup your registry before making any changes to it. It can be intimidating to a new user, and there is always the possibility of changing or deleting a critical setting causing you to have to reinstall the whole operating system. It's much better to be safe than sorry!

Importing and Exporting Registry Settings

A great feature of the Registry Editor is it's ability to import and export registry settings to a text file, this text file, identified by the .REG extension, can then be saved or shared with other people to easily modify local registry settings. You can see the layout of these text files by simply exporting a key to a file and opening it in Notepad, to do this using the Registry Editor select a key, then from the "Registry" menu choose "Export Registry File...", choose a filename and save. If you open this file in notepad you will see a file similar to the example below:

Quote:

REGEDIT4

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup]
"SetupType"=dword:00000000
"CmdLine"="setup -newsetup"
"SystemPrefix"=hex:c5,0b,00,00,00,40,36,02


The layout is quite simple, REGEDIT4 indicated the file type and version, [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup] indicated the key the values are from, "SetupType"=dword:00000000 are the values themselves the portion after the "=" will vary depending on the type of value they are; DWORD, String or Binary.

So by simply editing this file to make the changes you want, it can then be easily distributed and all that need to be done is to double-click, or choose "Import" from the Registry menu, for the settings to be added to the system Registry.

Deleting keys or values using a REG file
It is also possible to delete keys and values using REG files. To delete a key start by using the same format as the the REG file above, but place a "-" symbol in front of the key name you want to delete. For example to delete the [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup] key the reg file would look like this:

Quote:

REGEDIT4

[-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup]


The format used to delete individual values is similar, but instead of a minus sign in front of the whole key, place it after the equal sign of the value. For example, to delete the value "SetupType" the file would look like:

Quote:

REGEDIT4

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup]
"SetupType"=-


Use this feature with care, as deleting the wrong key or value could cause major problems within the registry, so remember to always make a backup first.

Regedit Command Line Options
Regedit has a number of command line options to help automate it's use in either batch files or from the command prompt. Listed below are some of the options, please note the some of the functions are operating system specific.


* regedit.exe [options] [filename] [regpath]
* [filename] Import .reg file into the registry
* /s [filename] Silent import, i.e. hide confirmation box when importing files
* /e [filename] [regpath] Export the registry to [filename] starting at [regpath]
e.g. regedit /e file.reg HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT
* /L:system Specify the location of the system.dat to use
* /R:user Specify the location of the user.dat to use
* /C [filename] Compress (Windows 98)
* /D [regpath] Delete the specified key (Windows 98)

on Dec 02, 2009 | PC Desktops

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How do I enable my task manager on a Dell dimension 3000 desktop computer


Here's How:
  1. Click Start
  2. Click Run
  3. Type REGEDIT
  4. Click OKThe Registry Editor will now open
  5. Browse to the following key:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\
    CurrentVersion\Policies\system
  6. In the right pane, look for the value: DisableTaskMgr
  7. Right click DisableTaskMgr and select Delete. (When prompted with "Are you sure you want to delete this value", select Yes.
  8. Now browse to the following key:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\
    CurrentVersion\policies\system
  9. In the right pane, look for the value: DisableTaskMgr
  10. Right click DisableTaskMgr and select Delete. (When prompted with "Are you sure you want to delete this value", select Yes.
  11. Close the Registry by choosing File ' Exit
  12. You should now be able to access Task Manager. If not, reboot into Safe Mode and repeat the steps outlined above.
Please let me know if this washelpful and if it solved the problem! Good Luck.

Sep 10, 2011 | Dell Dimension 3000 PC Desktop

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After changing my motherboard, the Dell no longer recognized the CDDVD RW drive. In fact, it now shows up as a floppy disk drive. I flashed the BIOS and that did not help.


Hi,
Please follow the steps below to resolve the issue if you are not comfortable doing this then just take help from any friend or neighbour if this did not resolve the issue then replace the drive asap because it is a hardware issue.


1. Press Windows Key+R and type regedit in the text box and click OK

2. Click "File" in the menu.

3. Click "Export" from the drop-down menu.

4. Click the down arrow beside "Save In" and select Local Disk

(C.

5. Type Backup.reg in the File Name field.

6. Click Save.

=== Deleting UpperFilter and LowerFilter Registry Keys ===

1. Click Start and click Run.

2. In the Open box, type regedit and click OK.

3. Click the plus (+) sign beside HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.

4. Click the plus (+) sign beside System.

5. Click the plus (+) sign beside Current Control Set.

6. Click the plus (+) sign beside Control.

7. Click the plus (+) sign beside Class.

8. Locate the {4d36e965-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318} key

and click it.

9. On the File menu, click Export.

10. In the File name box, type savedkey and click Save. It is

better
to save the "savedkey" to the desktop.

11. Click the REG_MULTI_SZ data type UpperFilters (found in

right
window pane) and then click Delete on the Edit menu.

12. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click Yes.

NOTE: If this data type is missing, continue to the next
method.

13. Click the REG_MULTI_SZ data type LowerFilters (found in

right
window pane) and click Delete on the Edit menu.

14. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click Yes.

15. Quit the Registry Editor and restart the computer.


CD/DVD drivers reinstall:

Press the Windows Key + R and type devmgmt.msc and press enter.

Device manager will open up.

Click the + sign beside DVD/CD Drives.

Right Click on the device listed under it and select Uninstall

Restart the PC and let the driver install automatically.

Check the issue once again.

Mar 13, 2010 | Dell Dimension E510 Dual Core 2.8 Ghz...

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My Dell E521 desktop dvd / dvdrw drives don't work


HI,

These instructions are for XP but it works in Vista too. The difference being how you get to the Command Promp and plus sign (+) vs. arrows.

1. Click Start.
2. Click Run.
3. In the "Open" field type REGEDIT.
4. Click OK.
5. Click "File" in the menu bar.
6. Click "Export" from the drop down menu this will open a new box.
7. Click the down arrow beside "Save In" and select "Local Disk (C".
8. In the File Name field type BACKUP.REG.
9. Verify that under the “Export Range”, that the radio button is beside "All".
10. Click Save.
11. Click the plus sign (+) beside HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.
12. Click the plus sign (+) beside System.
13. Click the plus sign (+) beside CurrentControlSet.
14. Click the plus sign (+) beside Control.
15. Click the plus sign (+) beside Class.
16. In the left hand window pane click on {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} to select that key.
17. In the right hand window pane select the UpperFilters registry key and press the delete key on the keyboard.
18. Confirm with an OK.
19. In the right hand window pane select the LowerFilters registry key and press the delete key on the keyboard.
20. Confirm with an OK.
21. Click the "X" in the upper right hand corner of the Registry Editor window to close it.

Restart your Computer in order for the registry - fix to work.

Please leave me comment, if you need further assistance
Thanks for using FixYa
Rnj VinodKumar

Mar 10, 2010 | Dell Dimension E521 PC Desktop

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Can't play CD's. I don't think I have a CD Driver, don't know how to get it


  • Click Start , Run , and type the following into the Open field: regedit
  • Click OK . The registry editor appears.
  • In Windows XP, click File , Export , type a filename that is easy for you to remember, and click Save . A copy of the registry has been saved for back-up purposes. You can double-click the export file to restore the registry in the event of a problem.
  • Click the plus sign (+ ) next to the following items in the listed order:
    • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
    • SYSTEM
    • CurrentControlSet (or the current control set with lowest number if that is all that is listed)
    • Control
    • Class
    Figure 1: Delete: LowerFilters valuec00368151.gif
  • Select 4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318 .
  • Select UpperFilter in the right window and press the Delete key. Confirm the deletion by clicking Yes .
  • Select LowerFilters in the right window and press the Delete key. Confirm the deletion by clicking Yes .
  • Close the registry editor, restart the computer , and wait until Windows configures the necessary files.
  • Oct 11, 2009 | PC Desktops

    2 Answers

    Code 10 cd/dvd


    Hi,

    Lets follow this:-

    1. Choose Start > Run..
    2. Type regedit in the Open text box and click OK.
    3. Expand my computer - Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class and select the {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} key, which appears as a folder.
    4.On the right hand side, you'll find upper and lower filters, select them one by one and delete.
    5.Restart PC and hope it works for you.

    Note:Create a restore point before you delete any key from registry.

    Thanks

    Oct 07, 2009 | PC Desktops

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    Caps lock won't turn off by pressing the caps lock key


    Ok, here ya go.

    Start-->Control Panel-->Clock, Language and Region,-->Change keyboards or other input methods

    Once the window pops up...

    Change Keyboards -->Advance key settings-->Now select "press the CAPS lock key" option

    Hit apply and OK.

    If this works, don't forget the "fixya" rating! Let me know okay?

    Apr 03, 2009 | PC Desktops

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    Alternate keys on HP Keyboard


    Activate:

    Ctrl + fn + right shift key

    Deactivate:

    Ctrl + fn + right shift key twice

    so hold ctrl + fn + right shift key then release the right shift key but keep holding the ctrl + fn keys down then push the right shift key again and that should deactivate it

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