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Chances are the keyboard is dirty - pull the key off and clean it - but there are two so if it is bugging you replace the keyboard if cleaning doesn't work

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Virus got your icons heh? OK, try this, click Ctrl+Alt+Del.. Hold the Ctrl key and the Alt Key, don't turn them lose until after you press the Del (Delete Key). If the task manager opens up (hopefully the virus has not disable it) then Click on the Process Tab and you will see everything that is running. Click on the Image Name in the very first column so that things will be in Alphabetical order. You want to see if explorer.exe is running. If it is click on it to highlight it, then press END PROCESS.

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I was wiping my keyboard when I accidentally inverted the display of the monitor. How could I revert the display back. Thanks


This actually happens a lot, and it's very tricky but simpleto fix.
Here is a full list of keys that someone on another website sent me for
screen orientation problems, in case it's ever useful.

Ctrl-Alt-Up - right side up

Ctrl-Alt-Right - 90 degrees

Ctrl-Alt-Down - 180 degrees

Ctrl-Alt-Left - 270 degrees

If these don't work you'll have to do it manually,
There is an icon at the bottom of the screen (now maybe the top) for yourgraphics properties. Right Click it

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It will be weird with the screen inverted but give it a go.

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I ve just clicked a button and the screen turned upside down!! what should i do to get it back to normal view??


This actually happen alot, and its very tricky but simple to fix.
Here is a full list of keys that someone on another website sent me for
screen orientation problems, in case it's ever useful.

"Ctrl-Alt-Up - right side up

Ctrl-Alt-Right - 90 degrees

Ctrl-Alt-Down - 180 degrees

Ctrl-Alt-Left - 270 degrees

If these don't work you'll have to do it manually,
There is an icon at the bottom of the screen (now maybe the top) for your graphics properties. Right Click it

Select--->Graphics Options--->Rotation---> and make sure "normal" is checked
It will be weird with the screen inverted but give it a go.

Hope this helps

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Hi
It seems to be there is pressed button and should be released.
Try with the control keys like ( Ctrl, Alt, Shift, both right and left, and Fn key ).

Press these keys hardly ( not much ) to release them,

Please, Tell us your results.
Good Luck

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Control Button stopped working? How to reset?


Actually it matters not what computer you have, it's the operating system that's the problem. This is a very common fault in windows 7 and to a lesser extent XP. There are a few problem areas and solutions. Firstly, forget uninstalling the keyboard drivers or checking your files with scannow or doing malware adware checks, or ctrl alt fn buttons or installing Clipspy or going back to restore points. that's all BS and a complete waste of time, these answers are usually offered up by people who have never experienced the problem and actually muddy the waters with all sorts of number lock key board this and that answers BS answers. Put-up or shut-up! You either know the answer to the problem or you don't, and you don't if you haven't experienced it. It's annoying, frustrating and shows just how far Microsoft hasn't come.

The underlying problems with losing ctrl C ctrl V arise with eithe;r Java and/or Skype, or both. 1) Skype updates knock out the control C control V function, usually with the BS click call, it's not compatible with windows 7 and has a number of conflicts that Skype, although they claim to have patch fixed, have not solved. Even their click to call conflict patch doesn't work, an error message comes up on the download no matter where you get it from. 2) Java has conflicts with Windows 7, control panel type in Java,go to updates, if the update doesn't work you will have to remove and restore Java. It has comp 3) You can sometimes solve the problem by force switching-off your computer, without going through the normal sequence, then starting it in safe mode, which may load any missing files that have been knocked out by the aforementioned Java and Skype. Failing this, and as a last resort, you're going to restore to factory restore, but remember, this will only work for a while, until Skype updates its system and bang you'll be down again. So make sure Skype cannot update, go into Skype tools, updates, turn-off automatic updates. I hope this helps. I've had the problem 14 times and lost the will to live going through the myriad of file,sequence,number lock,uninstalls,file/malware checks BS that's out there. Even Microsoft help doesn't list the problem. James

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