The Asus EEE PC I bought has got QWERTZ keyboard but the person who will use it is in France and prefers the AZERTY keyboard.Is there a way to change the keys, and can we do this ourselves?Then how to change the options so that the PC recognizes the new key locations?Are they explanations about this inside the box?Thank you.
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Re: Asus keyboard QWETZ to AZERTY
You will have to cahnge out the keyboard in order to do this. The keyboard will most likely work fine, but it's also possible that you may have to do a bios flash in order for the machine to recognize the new keyboard.
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Just change your keyboard settings to UK. In the right-hand lower section of the screen there should be EN there. If there is any other combination of letters, click on them and change settings back to English. This will restore your keyboard to correct settings.
I'm not sure of which French keyboard you have, The Azerty is from Belgium and is used by the French, there is another that French Canadians use, it is a modified Qwerty. The Azerty board has the key "Syst" on it and this key is sometimes used as a screen print when used with a cimbination key strike. I am unsure if the combination uses the shift key, the Fn key or the Alt Gr key. If your keyboard has a menu key, this also may bring up a keystroke guide to use.