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trellech

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Win XP system:
Can login but after that keyboard refuses to work. However If I log in as Guest everything is perfect!
I have tried new keyboard and uninstalling and new drivers but to no use.
Once login has taken place keyboard does not work, however the mouse lucklily does.
I am now stumped!!
Any ideas? I was wondering if there is a BIOS error?
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    Kraków my love :)

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No need to post same question on several boards: http://www.computerh....html#msg510083
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Speak for yourself.
Why not? I learned in survival school years ago that putting six baited lines into six different holes in the ice was more likely to keep me alive than one hole with one line, or indeed one hole with six lines.
Namaste
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    Kraków my love :)

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It's ad unfair with fish, as it's with people.
It's unfair to hire couple of sets of people to solve the very same problem.
At least, this is what I think.
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Broni, Like I said, comments such as "Go ahead" and "Which means?" are in my culture NOT helpful. Your analogy to "unfairness to fish" is laughable. Your thought process does not interest me. If you are a helpful, generous, individual who wishes to surf these boards to give advice about computers then help people and let us not talk not about fishing.
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    Kraków my love :)

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I think, your attitude on both boards won't get you anywhere, but I wish you good luck anyway.
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I am so pleased that you are going to take my advice.That clears the boards for nicer people to come and help and advise.
There is nothing wrong with my attitude, it looks like you got out the wrong side of the bed. You just reread your comments and think hard about your bullying and somewhat aggressive attitude.
I cannot understand why people like you bother lurking on these boards and want to flex their virtual muscles against those who are only seeking help and advice.
Your primary objection to me is because I posted my request on other websites.
I am free to do so, after all that is one of the beautiful things about the internet.
I can disseminate my questions to many people who genuinely want to help me.
One should be free to ask the same question of many people on many other sites.

Perhaps you should consider standing for Government as the new leader of the Web Police Party?
All you seem to want to do is become a self styled policemen of the web.

What right have you to do that? None.
So I hope we have exhausted our differences, agree to differ and move on to other things in life.


Hope you are not afraid of the dark......................
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Go to START then RUN and type in eventvwr.msc and hit ENTER. Do you see any errors under either Application or System?
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Thank you,
I tried but when accessing RUN. I am unable to get any letters appear due this keyboard problem.
I tried doing the same logged in as guest but it would not let me see those areas.
Is therenot some onscreen keyboard that you can call up and have mouse control over?
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Just got into run with onscreen keyboard.
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Now have lots of errors in Application and system. What is one to do now?
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Thank you,
I tried but when accessing RUN. I am unable to get any letters appear due this keyboard problem.

LOL, sorry I forgot about that!! See if any of the errors obviously point to the keyboard. If nothing really makes it obvious then choose ona and double click on it and report back what it says.
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Thank you so much!
Ok will give it a go. This problem only started in the last 24 hours. It is a real irritation!!
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OK the listing shows errors and warnings but nothing relatiing to a keyboard.
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What is the first error that is on the list in Application?
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