Question about IBM Lenovo ThinkPad X40 Notebook
Ctrl + Alt then Shift and test. Remove other languages. Go to Control Panel > Regional and Language Options. In Languages tab, click details. Remove extra / other Installed service.
Posted on Nov 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To get a backslash, you need to print the upper ascii character 92 (decimal). On most machines you can get upper ascii characters by holding down the Alt key and typing the decimal value on the numeric keypad. On the little IBM machine I'm typing this on, there is no numeric keypad, but if I switch on numlock (by doing shift-scroll-lock) the j-k-l keys become 1-2-3 etc. Now id I hold down Alt and type 92 (i.e.keys 9-k), this is what I get: \ Howzzat?.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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