Question about Microsoft Computers & Internet
You need to go the Control Panels and change the Regions setting to UK.
Posted on Apr 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The advent ade-ad2 keyboard .
I dont think it works properly if you have a pc that suports 64 bit
I think it only works right on 34 bit os ...
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
The first thing to do is my computer properties see if your keyboard and mouse are showing in there
If they are you need to update the drivers.
If they are not showing then I would suggest going to control panel and add new hardware installing that way
Try using a standard mouse instead of usb
If you cannot get on try restarting in safemode to correct your problem.
Or if you have a cd that came with the mouse and keyboard reinstall it.
Let me know if this helped also did you reinstall the same version of windows
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
SOURCE: alt f4 not working
To solve this problem you must to use on your keyboard the key "F verr.f." near the "print screen" key. After lock it, you can used the ALT+Fx combination.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
First thing I would do is get the dell diagnostics disc (hold f12 at start up) and run that, while trying to use the keyboard. (move the arrow keys around and see if they work. you might have to unhook the usb keyboard first) if the keyboard works in the diagnostics area, then its not a hardware issue. (kbd failure would mean no keys worked, or, only some worked sometimes.) You would then need to go into windows device manager and try rolling back the keyboard drivers. If you have full kbd functions outside windows, then you have a windows driver issue. try rolling back, or removing the drivers.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
Sounds like it's either the motherboard or you may need a new bezel.
Another solution that may be cheaper would be to reinstall the operating system. Or do a factory image recovery and see if it's a software issue. First check the device manager to see if there is an obvious driver issue. If not try reinstalling Windows 7.
If that doesn't work then replace the bezel.
If that doesn't work then replace the motherboard.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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