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Keyboard Some keys won't work including the arrow keys

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  • reidalissa Aug 08, 2008

    Most of my middle keys won't work, as well as the back space key.............not sure what to do!

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Go into safe mode
turn off ur system
power it back on and start tapping F8 key for 5 to 6 time
you will get system advanced boot options
try highlighting safe mode
in case u are able to highlight it
its an issue with OS as your arrow keys are working outside operating system

let me know wot happens

Posted on Jun 07, 2008

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// I N C L U D E S ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

#include <dos.h>
#include <bios.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <math.h>
#include <conio.h>
#include <graphics.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

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#define KEYBOARD_INT 0x09
#define KEY_BUFFER 0x60
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#define MAKE_LEFT 75
#define MAKE_UP 72
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#define BREAK_RIGHT 205
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#define BREAK_UP 200
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{
asm{
sti
in al, KEY_BUFFER
xor ah,ah
mov raw_key, ax // I get scan code
in al, KEY_CONTROL
or al, 82h
out KEY_CONTROL,al
and al,7fh
out KEY_CONTROL,al
mov al,20h
out INT_CONTROL,al
} // end inline assembly

switch(raw_key) // process the key and update the table
{
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case MAKE_DOWN: key_table[INDEX_DOWN] = 1; break;

case MAKE_RIGHT: key_table[INDEX_RIGHT] = 1; break;

case MAKE_LEFT: key_table[INDEX_LEFT] = 1; break;

case BREAK_UP: key_table[INDEX_UP] = 0; break;

case BREAK_DOWN: key_table[INDEX_DOWN] = 0; break;

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case BREAK_LEFT: key_table[INDEX_LEFT] = 0; break;

} // end switch

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main()
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if (key_table[INDEX_LEFT]) x--;

if (key_table[INDEX_UP]) y--;

if (key_table[INDEX_DOWN]) y++;

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_dos_setvect(KEYBOARD_INT, Old_Isr); // replace old ISR

closegraph();

return 0;
} // end main
Assembly is pretty hard language.
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