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Portuegese characters in Word

I need to temporarily change my keyboard to type Portuegese characters. I am having trouble doing this in Vista. Can you help?

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When i typed character 'A' it type some another number kindly provide me with a solutions


if you have any other or friends keyboard . plug it and check . if the problem is same means the problem is in your computer system.
if not means your keyboard is short circuit from somewhere.

May 06, 2011 | Operating Systems

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My os is japanese character


You can only change the language of Vista if you have Vista Ultimate
or Enterprise.


With Ultimate, you can download the language packs for free.
Just open Windows Update, choose "view available updates",
and check the language pack you want.


Afterwards, from Control Panel (categories view), just choose
"Change display language" under "Clock, Language and Region".
Pick your language, log off, log on, and done.




If you have another version of Vista other than those two,
such as Windows Vista Home Premium,
you'll need to purchase a "full version" of Windows
Vista in your desired language and perform a "clean install" or
install it on a separate partition or drive (dual-boot).

May 25, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Keyboard characters stop showing


This will happens due to 2 reasons 1. Your memory is low. 2. Your system is infected with malware/spyware.
Check your CPU utilization in task manager. Should not utilize 100%. 
For this you need to download Antimalware like malwarebytes and clean the entire system.
Or Have to increase the RAM.
Hope this will be usefull
Thanks & Regards Nanda Kishore.

Mar 16, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic for PC

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Laptops built in keyboard not responding


hey there!

Hahaha, i disliked vista the day tried it, had so many bugs it was unbelievable! check that there are the latest drivers for you keyboard, maybe of the laptop's manufacturer site (would like the make and model :D) and have you tried upgrading to SP1? something like 551 bugs were fixed, maybe your keyboard error was one of them. And if you want to do a system restore, rimply go into control panel, system properties, and on the left i think there should be an option giving you the option to restore to an earlier time. This will restore settings, drivers and programs but you WONT lose ANY files :D

Good luck and keep in touch over how this goes

Nov 16, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Vista start up, first time,


Try using a different keyboard. Ff your laptop has the older keyboard port try using that.
Find a keyboard that does not need any installation cd's

Oct 22, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Keyboard Typing Several Characters


Hello,
There could be a couple of options here: 1. The keypad is defective in which case you need to replace it. 2. The keys are sticking which will cause this problem and is quit frequently what happens (unless all your keys are doing this in which case it will not be the problem as not all keys stick at the same time unless something has been spilled on the keyboard) 3. You might need to update the drivers for the keypad which you can download from the manufacturer's website. I do not think you have a virus because you would notice other things happening to your operating system or hardware. Since you plugged the usb keyboard in and it worked just fine, I think your keypad needs replaced, which you can order from the manufacturer as well and they are not that expensive. You can try downloading the drivers first and see it that corrects the problem or try removing your laptop face plate and cleaning your keypad, just be careful with the plastic tabs that hold the face plate on and not break them. I am pretty sure your keypad is bad. Please let me know if this helps or you need further assistance.

If you would not mind rating my help, I would really appreciate it. Thanks

Jul 04, 2008 | Operating Systems

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