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Microsoft Wireless Laser Keyboard 6000 v2.0 enters wrong keys!!!

If I enter the number 1, a smiley face gets typed in. If I type in S, the Edit menu pops up. HELP ME!!!!

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When this number is reached the phone will<br /><br />be permanently blocked.<br /><br />alternative instructions<br /><br />Insert SIM card into the device<br />Power on the phone and turn Wireless Off<br />Go to "Settings" then "Options" menu and select "Advanced options"<br />Go to "SIM card" then press the jogdial to select it<br />Type MEPPD. Please note that you will not see what you type on the screen.<br />Type MEPP2. You will not see text appear on screen while typing<br />Press ALT and 2 simultaneously to get number 2.<br />Enter supplied unlock code<br />After entering the code press the trackball once<br />Your phone is unlocked<br /><br />alternative instructions for some Vodafone Blackberry 8100<br /><br />Insert non original SIM card into the device<br />Power on the phone and turn Wireless Off<br />Go to "Settings" then "Advanced options"<br />Go to "SIM card" then press the jogdial to select it<br />Type MEPP2 while holding Alt, multitap enabled (hold [Alt], type [M] [ER] [OP] [OP] [TY]. 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