Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
From the description of your problem it seems that your Windows-Key is stuck. Win+D minimizes all windows, Win+R opens the RUN command.
It is a known bug in Windows (often with the Ctrl or Shift key), but Microsoft has not released a solution. If it happens again, try this as a work-around:
And don't forget - there is always the option that there is something stuck underneath the key itself (dust or dirt usually). If your keyboard is exposed to that kind of things, you might want to pry that key off (carefully!!!) and clean your keyboard.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
I am having the same prob but i cant find the system policy editor please help
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freeware MapKeyboard enables you to remap your keyboard and alter any key to function as a different one or optionally disable it as well. The program can be quite useful for laptop users and people with keyboards that differ from the standard
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MapKeyboard enables you to remap your keyboard and alter any key to function as a different one or optionally disable it as well.
The program can be quite useful for laptop users and people with keyboards that differ from the standard
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