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Old 11-02-2006, 15:19   #10 (permalink)
dhendriksen
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I have done this, and it worked great except my keyboard changed. It went from QWERTY, to AZERTY! I found a product code that worked for the keys main functions, but the sub functions are wrong (ie: symbols and such). I was going to try and describe my keyboard and find a product code to match, but here is a possibly better idea. If I understand this right, I could replace the keyboard, and get the appropriate code for the keyboard. This way I could get rid of the Chinese letters on q, w, e, a, and s. Is this correct? I appreciate your vast knowledge and input, I am glad I found this forum!
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