Question about Microsoft Natural Ergonomic 4000
When I am typing I sometimes hit a key (I don't know which one) that changes all the keys to type other letters - resulting in total jibberish. The only way I can correct this is to reboot the computer. How can I find out what key is causing this and how to reset?
You're hitting SHIFT and CTRL -- which changes the keyboard input method, i.e., for French keyboard, or for DVORAK keyboard, or for Scandinavian keyboard.
Access CONTROL PANEL, and use REGIONAL settings to "uninstall" all keyboard-layouts that you _never_ use.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
You could be hitting the Num Lock key, that turns the letters into numbers and symbols, if it does it again hit that key and see if it returns the keyboard to normal function.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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