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I have a feeling that this is posted somewhere else but i have never been good at navigating forums, but to the point.
I have a Hp G62 laptop running wins 7 64 bit, and on the left side of the keyboard there are "Hotkeys" for windows live mail, cyber dvd, the web, print page, and the calculator. These keys are annoyingly placed, and unwanted, and i want them to stop working with out breaking anything. Is there a way i can disable them from doing anything like "oops hit that butt again" and have nothing happen. I often tap the live mail one while hitting escape or hit the dvd one while pressing tap, its not a insane gaming machine but it run what i want it to, and nothing more annoying then Playing Counter Strike go to press tab to look at score then my game minimizes and opens the dvd player.

Thanks in advance for any help.

PS: I have already tried the Control > Keyboard, to turn them off there is no such option.

Edited by Draminicus, 01 December 2011 - 01:59 AM.

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Hi and :welcome:

Did you check your owner's manual? See if there is something in this thread that helps: http://h30434.www3.h...G62/td-p/272315
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