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SeraphHHC

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so i had ie7 i made it default once to view a some png files on it. now when i hit my quick keys on my keyboard it opens IE and FireFox. i have uninstalled ie7. i made firefox default. ie7 has tried to cut out the menu for FireFox default option. fire fox is no longer on the set system default list. how can i fix this.

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If a keyboard has a set of 'quick keys' these usually have their own setup and configuration utility -- perhaps running as an icon in the system tray.
I think you need to re-configure that to solve your problem with the quick keys, not mess about with the options in each browser.
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no there is no option in the keyboard menu. it just uses what ever is default. but dont worry about it i just reformatted the hd to fix a old problem. for some reason windows was not letting any games be played. huh i have no clue why and no one could figure it out. it would load all the game fine until the menu came up the it was just a green or black screen. u had the in game cursor and everything. o well the problem are fixed now ty for the help
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