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Mardy

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I have a new dell studio, from day 1 I have had a problem when typing. When you hit the t key most of the time it acts like you also hit the ctrl key, if you are on the net and type a t it will open a new window it is very frustrating trying to type anything. They have replaced the keyboard and it dident help. I am running windows 7
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iammykyl

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Hi Marday, welcome to Geeks.
First up, edit your profile entering your location so everybody will know where you are.

Your problem may be with language and keyboard setting gs.

Open regional and language in control panel.



Select your language and region.
find language, details.
If your language and keyboard are not in the list click add.
select your language.
select your keyboard
Click apply.
If there are any other combinations, highlight each one and click remove.
re\\Restart your computer.

Please post your results.
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Mardy

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Thanks for your reply. In the meantime Dell conected to my laptop through the internet and fixed it.
He said there was something wrong with the zone area on the touchpad.
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iammykyl

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Hi.
That:s good news. :) :) :)
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