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I have a Microsoft Wireless Multimedia Keyboard.Recently it has given odd problem of key-mismatch. Eg. I press "A" key on keyboard, actual response on screen would be "D". I tried by re-installing Microsoft Driver for Keyboard but I still have a problem.
Please help in this regard.
I think your sticky key option on. try this,press shift key 5 times and message will appear then go to setting and uncheck all option and apply. please rate this
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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it depends what system you are running cetain programs and windows operating systems dont accept this shortcut
try going into controll panel clik keyboard and make sure hot keys are on
the only other reason is if you have eny other wireless functions running these can disrupt the signal from the keyboard to the computer turn off all wireless items and try agen
if none of these work try replacing the keyboard as it should work as long as hotkeys are on and the operating system you have accepts this function
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