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Old 10-08-2006, 04:05 AM   #1
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I created a boot disk and then tried running all of the files on the disk in windows before restarting my laptop with the boot disk inserted, the disk preformed a few tasks and then I played California Games. After restarting to windows XP I discovered my keyboard was screwed up. Normally, being a laptop, the numberpad is layed over the existing alphabet and used by pressing the Function key. Well the keys got reversed and now I have to press the function key to use the alphabet! I've tried flashing the system bois. I've tried unistalling the keyboard driver only to have the same win default 102 key driver auto installed after a restart since i can't find a keyboard driver for my dell latitude cpia336t notebook.

How can I fix this problem? and what else may have been screwed up by running this disk's files in windows?
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