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How to load and modify my personalized W7 keyboard layout?

Q: How to load and modify my personalized W7 keyboard layout?


Recently I moved to a new pc, with Windows 7, same as my previous device, but now 64 bit.
In the old pc I used a personalized keyboard layout, created with Keyboard Layout Creator 1.4.
I installed that creator again on my pc.
But whatever I do I can NOT:
? Reload my saved .klc file with the personalized 'old' keyboard
? Load any existing keyboard from the list.
At least: The program screen says that my layout IS loaded and active, but I do not see anything...

What do I do wrong?
What can I do better?

Thanks, greetings,

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A: How to load and modify my personalized W7 keyboard layout?

Hi Wim,
if im reading your thread correctly >>> now 64 bit <<<
Is your old klc file is 32 bit??, installing it in compatability mode might work

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it's possible at the logon change the start menu, add or remove a tile in the start layout ??
Or is possible on the left side in start menu in the "Most used" make my link ??

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Hi all,

when i boot my comp, my personalized settings do not load. I get a desktop as if i have just installed xp [welcome tour, welcome to ie8 etc]. When i restart, the problem is remedied.

is this a user profile corruption or something else.

Thanks in advance for any replies.

A:My Personalized Settins do not load on 1st boot

You can try Error Checking or sfc /scannow to see if that would help.

1. Error Checking-
Start - my computer - right click local disk (C) - properties - Tools Tab -
Error checking section - Check now - check mark both boxes - Start -
This requires a restart to begin.

2. Start - Run - type - sfc /scannow - OK
Don't forget the space between c and /
You may need the Recovery CD if any thing is found wrong.
Don't insert unless asked for.

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Hi, I have a Lenovo Flex 2 14 which came with a British keyboard but I noticed you can take off the keyboard and swap it out for another one - you can find backlit versions, or a version with a different layout. I got a keyboard for it with Japanese hiragana on it, but the laptop doesn't seem to recognise any of the extra keys this keyboard comes with which have key codes not used by other languages. These keys include: | -? \ ??????the ????, ???? and ???? toggleI would have assumed this was to do with the fact that these are keys from a 106/109 key layout as opposed to the standard 102 key, so I replaced the keyboard driver with Microsoft's 106/109 key keyboard driver, but that hasn't had any effect - it still can't see these keys being pressed. The ??/?? ?? key works because it uses the same key code as the tilde on other keyboards, but that's all. My hypothesis for why this might not be possible to fix is that the ribbon connection between the keyboard and the motherboard could only support 102-key layouts in Europe, and therefore the only way to be able to use these extra input conversion keys without a different motherboard altogether would be to use an external USB keyboard. I may have just made up what I said about the motherboard though, so does anyone know if there's a driver I can use to solve this problem and be able to use the extra keys? I can't just use a key mapper like KeyTweak ... Read more

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I have a Dell M1330 Laptop that has served me quite well for several years. I just replaced the keyboard the other day and everything is working fine, except that the new keyboard has a slightly different layout than the old keyboard did. For example, with the new keyboard all the F1, F2, F3, etc.. keys have function secondaries on them like multimedia, brightness, antennae toggle, and so on. My old keyboard didnt have most of these and so when I attempt to use them on the new keyboard they simply do not work. In fact when I use function keys as if I still had my old keyboard installed the functions work, which means it is the software interpretation of the keys that I need to change. Does anybody know how I can fix this so that the keys of the new keyboard and functions match what the keys actually say?

Another thing to add is that some of the new function keys on the new laptop such as antennae toggle were not on my last keyboard at all because they are softkeys on the case of my computer, and I am not sure a function like that would be able to be added to the keyboard mapping at all, but I'm not sure.

Also, I would prefer to not install third party software to accomplish this, even if it means I need to delve into the registry manually. Can anybody help??

A:New laptop keyboard has different layout, keys function like old keyboard? Help! (:

You might try holding the 'fn' key while you tap the fnumber key.

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So I purchased a Lenovo X1 Yoga in Japan and I absolutely hate Japanese keyboard layouts (anyone that has used one after using a US keyboard knows what I mean - a space bar that is smaller than the enter key, poor placement of certain keys, specifically ", ', and @. There is just no logic behind any of it and honestly, there is no need. One can easily type in Japanese, just fine, with a standard US English layout keyboard. Sorry, I guess I didn't need to state that, but perhaps it will help with SEO to ensure someone finds this page when searching for those keywords.  Anyway, I finally found the information I needed to swap this keyboard out (and throw it in the trash), even though Lenovo support in Japan basically told me it's not possible. It does seem like a huge undertaking though (as you basically have to dismantle the entire laptop to get the keyboard out). But it does seem as though the English keyboards are compatible with all X1 Yoga laptops (even my Japanese X1 Yoga). The Lenovo customer service staff told me to get FRU PN: 00JT864 (00JT864 N KBD,US,LB,screw,CHY,Backlit), which is the US English replacement keyboard. It's also specified on the PDF document  on this page (https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/PD103738 ) for the 20FR and 20FQ. Scroll half way down and you will see it.  However, I am having trouble finding the keyboard from a seller in Asia, with the same FRU #. When searching for 00JT864, the only source I can... Read more

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Well, I am really frustrated at the mispressing of the SHUTDOWN key at the right of the F12 key, which I used quite frequently for a program. It is really a nuisance. I'm just wondering, how may I disable it's function?

A:How do I modify the keyboard signals?

if you right click on the desktop, and choose properties, you should find the menu where you set your screensaver, wallpaper, and other things.

in there, there is a tab marked "power" and in there, there is a tab marked "advanced"

in that tab, there is an option to choose the action that your computer takes when you hit that button.

you can set this to "do nothing" and it will no longer plague you.

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I have 2 Buttons on my keyboard:

one for bluetooth and one for something else.
I want to modify them so when I press one of them, It opens a specific program I want.

how can this be done?

wa KussOmmakom

A:Modify Keyboard Buttons

There's about 10,000 different keyboards in the world, and nearly as many computers

I think you are best to tell us a bit more about your hardware (actually a lot more)
You can start by doing the below
Please put your System Specs information in your Profile

If you have a proprietory computer like Dell; HP; Acer etc, please manually write this in the mobo field (ie Dell Dimension 3100 - as an example)

Please click on Yes in your Profile To this question:

Would you like to show other members your computer specs? Default is (NO) This will be displayed in your posts via a drop down menu for other members to view. Add your system specs in your usercp Edit options.Click to expand...

Also you will need to supply your Keyboard info:
Non Wireless
Exactly which buttons
So forth so forth....
Generally it's just a matter of downloading your Keyboard program
If it's a manufacture computer (like Dell etc) then you might find that program here: http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic117607.html

Good luck :grinthumb

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I bought a N9Z-00003 all-in-one keyboard for my media center. I was rather surprised to see windows 8.1 doesnt have the layout.

This is the french canada version of the keyboard, and the layout is this http://cdn.overclock.net/b/bd/540x18...an20French.png

However, this layout is not advailable. the canadian multilingual and the french (canada) layout are different. Im stumped, and feel the pain of less computer savvy people buying that keyboard.

downloaded and installed the driver, installed a language pack and still no added layout

microsoft hardware, microsoft software ...

A:missing keyboard layout for new keyboard

If you want to go through the trouble and create the layout yourself, you can try this.

I think that may be your only choice. Have you looked on the keyboard manufacturers website to see if they have the layout for download?

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I was wondering if it was possible to modify one of the Windows shortcuts that comes with the program. I haven't been able to find a good answer yet. Basically I just wanted to switch the commands ctrl+N and ctrl+shift+N in Explorer. Is this possible

A:Modify Existing Keyboard Shortcut

I think these are hard coded unless a third party program can by-pass them, i really dont know, somebody with a bit more Knowledge on this will be along soon.

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So this is really frustrating me.

I usually use the "United States - International" keyboard layout, since I like being able to do accents and use the Alt-GR key. However recently it has been causing problems and I'm not sure why.

One of the biggest examples is the ' key, usually if I press it and then a space it types either ' or ", depending on if I press shift or not. Well, in Firefox, I have to keep pressing the key about 4 times before it finally types two 's and I have to erase one. Pressing space does nothing. And if I press shift+6, it types "^^", as in, the character twice.

I could not figure out what was causing this, so I switched the layout back to US, and it works fine. But I simply cannot use US-International without it doing weird stuff. I tried "sfc /scannow", it found some problems and fixed them, but it's STILL doing the same thing.

Additionally, it appears something else weird is going on as when I try to use ALT codes, they don't do what they're supposed to... like most of them make a heart (♥) instead of what they SHOULD be doing.

I even tried making a custom keyboard layout, opening the normal US International on a completely different computer, then saving it and installing it on here, and it STILL does what I described above.

Has anyone else had a problem like this? I'd really like to get it fixed as without a working keyboard it's kinda hard to do my everyday business...

A:Keyboard Layout Help?

You've followed all of this? How to use the United States-International keyboard layout in Windows 7, in Windows Vista, and in Windows XP

Are you doing Alt codes with the numbers? A 'tild' is alt + 0152 ˜

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Hello, C:\WINDOWS\System32. There are about 50 .dll keyboard files from all the different countries around the world. Would it be safe for me to delete most of these that I will never use. XP Home SP1.
On one of the forums the mod. speaks about de-registering .dll
files. Is this neccesary? If it is how do I go about it? TIA.

A:Keyboard layout

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On my Inspiron 1564 there is a key between the F12 key and the Insert Key on the top row of keys.  The key has a small rectangle with an x in it.

What is this key's function ??

A:Keyboard Layout

Please click on the link below, hopefully it will help answer your question.
Keyboard, touchpad, or mouse not working correctly | Dell US

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sorry for my Englishi have this keyboard but i dont know which input chose ho questa tastiera ma non so quale lingua di input scegliere thanks

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I just installed XP pro x64, but it doesn't seem to have the uk keyboard layout.

Does anybody know where I can download it please?

A:Don't have the UK Keyboard layout, HELP!

You have it already, you just have to change your preferences, and you may need your XP CD as well. Go to Control Panel/Regional and Language Options/ Then under Language you can change it to UK and under Location you can change it to UK. Then go to te Languages tab/Details click Add and change the Keyborad setting to UK. Then go to the Advanced tab and change the language to UK. then click Apply all settings to current user account and default user profile. and click Apply then OK

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How do I change the keyboard layout to UK layout? I have to use " key for @ and vice versa at the moment. Thanks.

A:Keyboard layout?

You could check with the keyboard manufacture to see (if not already none so) to see if there is an upgrade or a patch. Good Luck

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hi there everyone i think ive made a mistake on my pc i had problems with my zboard and it started to change the buttons so i listened to someone who said get rid of the reg keys for uk keyboard (somehow) Now im stuck with US please please someone help me i have XP professional.

A:Keyboard uk layout

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I have the win8 upgrade (previous OS was win7 ultimate).

The OS goes very well, so far, just a minor problem...

From time to time I noticed there is installed a US keyboard, I am UK based and any setup keyboard/date etc are in UK format. Also when I installed the windows I selected (autodetected) the UK settings.

Well, this is very strange...

Also, I noticed that the US keyboard does not exist on the layouts (I am using Greek and UK), so in order to get rid of this, I have to add and the remove the US keyboard, but after a while re-appears!

thanx in advance for any ideas/help...


A:Keyboard layout!

Did you reinstall the keyboard driver from keyboard vendor? In windows it will install the generic driver just so the device will function but to use the keyboards full functionality you have to install the keyboard driver. With the auto detect enabled windows will sometimes install the incorrect drivers.

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I have a new "Microsoft" keyboard The Shift + 2 key should be @ key but is the " key. plus the hash key is nowhere to be found and the shift + 3 key that should be the hash is the ? key ...... Help please????

A:Keyboard layout HELP !!! Please

You have keyboard language set to English (United Kingdom), which gives " with SHIFT+2 and ? with SHIFT+3. If you need an English keyboard layout that gives @ with SHIFT+2 and # with SHIFT+3, you need to change the layout to English (United States).

Here you can see the difference. First UK English:

And US English:

(Click images to enlarge.)


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New AIO 510 which came with no documentation. The keyboard has 4 ultra mini keys in upper right-hand corner. The first 3 appear to be volume controls. The 4th - last key on right - may say LVT but it is too small to read. What is that key?

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Hi,     Do you guys know how to install this keyboard layout in window 10? Is is hybrid between French and US, where do I find the layout so I can install it. The laptop is an Lenovo X1 Carbon, 3rd Gen. Thank you. Best regards,Mihai P

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I'm currently bidding on an IBM keyboard (1370477). However, I was looking at the PS/2 pin layout in one of the pictures and I noticed that it was only using 4 pins. I have an ergonomic, curved Microsoft keyboard with plunger keys that uses PS/2 and it has all 6 pins. Should I be concerned with the discrepancy?

A:IBM Keyboard PS/2 Layout

If it is the one being sold by TAZSONIC3 on eBay, I looked at it too. The two pins that are missing aren't needed. The keyboard only needs 5VDC, ground, data and clock.

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After 'recovering' my P4 1.8MHz, XP-Home PC, I found that he keyboard was different - I no longer have the 'Pound' key - I get the # instead. Also, the @ symbol is at Shift+2 and the " symbol is where the @ symbol should be. There are quite a few other major differences too.

I tried 'troubleshoot' - to no avail. I've bought a new Logitech keyboard - and the layout is exactly the same! HEEEELLLPP!!

Can anyone suggest anything??

Many thanks

A:Keyboard layout

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Japanese keyboard showed up out of nowhere. Did NOT install or select it. It cannot be removed... the "Remove" button is greyed out as shown in screenshot.

Any ideas?

A:Can't get rid of Japanese keyboard layout

Anyone? It seems to automatically switch to Japanese every once in a while. This is very annoying!

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I am using a XP pro sp3 and yesterday I just installed a Japanese Office 2007. The Office 2007 runs with out any problem.

The only problem I having is that my Computer doesn't recognize my Japanese keyboard. It is using a English keyboard layout on my Japanese keyboard.

I did change the setting at "Regional and Language" to recognize Japanese keyboards. But it is as if my XP only has the standard keyboard in it and no other.

Do I have to reinstall the XP again?
Is there a other way to make my PC recognize a Japanese Keyboard?

Thank You

A:Keyboard layout problem

hmm... Its just a guess, but I would wonder if you would need to install some kind of Japanese language pack ? I remember turning all these languages off (that's all I really know about them), but I'm wondering if one of the functions of the language packs would be to enable the keyboard to be used for other languages ?

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When I start up my computer I keep getting a keyboard layout screen and when I select a keyboard it goes to the repair screen but nothing works... I don?t know how to fix it please help
This was after an update

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I´m using latitude E6530 and Ubuntu 15 as OS, I can not identify the keyboard that I use, it is Arabic and English keyboard,  the layout is strange as  < and > signs are located beside the numbers and the \ sign is located beside the left shift button, how could i identify the proper English layout for this keyboard? 

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Using 7 on a Sony VAIO laptop. Often when typing I get a different character than intended, for example when typing / i will get the capital E with the acccent (found on the same key) or when typing @ will get stuck on a " (also found on the key).
I presume I must have accidentally hit a change key by mistake? But which one and how to get it back?
Thanks to anyone who may help.

A:Keyboard layout issue

My keyboard isn't laid out like that at all.

Try Control Panel - Region and Language - Make a note how it's set now before making changes so you can go back ;-)

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I recently replaced my laptop's keyboard, but it has a slightly different layout for the bottom row of keys. The left shift is much larger and the first key from the left shift is 'z' and the '\' has been moved near the right shift. So, this means all the keys in the UK layout on the bottom row have moved one space to the right. I can't find the corresponding layout. I am running Win7 on a Vostro 1520.

Here's a picture of the Keyboard.

Thanks for all help in advance!

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Though I set my Keyboard layout: Latin American, the US Keyboard layout is reappearing constantly.

Please, how I can prevent my US Keyboard layout from bothering me?

I do want:
Keyboard layout: Latin American
Windows display language: US
Date, time and number formatting: US

But I do not want the US Keyboard layout.

I have to be always pressing Alt Left + shift and that is very annoying.

A:US keyboard layout reappears

Just make it default (the first one on the list)

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When I power up my HP Envy laptop with Windows 8 I'm asked to "Choose your keyboard layout" every time. Is there a way to stop this happening? Control Panel set for English (US).

A:Choose your keyboard layout

Hello BocalLiobian, and welcome to Eight Forums.

Do you have a System Repair Disc (DVD) inserted, or Recovery Drive (USB) connected?

That's the same screen you would normally see if you had booted from either of them.

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I use US Dvorak as my primary keyboard, but I type most of my passwords in standard US QWERTY layout. In Vista, I can change the icon for the different keyboard layouts so at a glance I can tell if I am in the correct keyboard layout when I'm in, for example, a password field where I can't see what I type. Is there any way to do this in XP? Does anyone know of any programs that would accomplish the same thing?


(If this is in the wrong forum, then please move it. However, I believe that this is the correct place)

A:XP Keyboard Layout Icon

I assume you mean this (Look by the task bar)?
It can also look like this (Look at the top)
If so, then you can find instructions for that here:

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On my Lenovo notebook V110-15IAP N3350 the keyboard is for some reason not according to standard, which causes a great problem when using proper fingersetting. The shift key to the right is not correctly positioned and where it should located is instead the "arrow up" key. The consequence is that whenever I need to type a capital letter with the left hand (the left half of the keyboard) simultaneously using the little finger of the right hand, instead of striking the shift key the "arrow up" key is activated causing the cursor to relocate to the line above and type a lowcase letter there. Is there any rational explanation to why the keyboard has been obstructed and what can be done about it (without using an extra keyboard). Can the "arrow up" key be locked or removed somehow so that it is not activated. Preferrably though shift the two keys in question....

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My keyboard layout has been changed after using a new computer. " and @ has switched places and my hex has turned into ?. Is there a way to fix this problem? Thank you.

A:Keyboard Settings/Layout

Check you language options (control panel)

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Hello. I am setting up my new PC right now and I have been given the option to choose a 'keyboard layout'

I speak English, I'm American, and I'm right-handed.

I don't know the differences between the layouts. Which of these I should choose:United States-Dvorak
United States-Dvorak for right hand
United States-International
Thank you!

A:Which keyboard layout should I choose?

You need to choose the layout that matches the physical layout of your keyboard, otherwise you might find things confusing. For instance, the shifted 2 character on US keyboards is @, whereas for the UK it is ".

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In windows XP on a laptop, how do I change the settings to an American keyboard from the UK one selected during installation?

A:Change Keyboard Layout.

Google brought up this: http://www.easydesksoftware.com/keyboard.htm


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Hello, i've been using windows 8.1 for a little time in my new Sony notebook. First, i used windows 8 and had no problems, my keyboard layout was the correct one (Spanish - Latin Am?rica, 'cause i'm from argentina). But after an upgrade to windows 8.1, the default layout was set to Traditional Spanish wich does not suit the layout I see on my keyboard, signs are misplaced. I went to the control panel and under the idioms settings i set Latin American layout to my keyboard, but even with the correct configuration (checked with the layout image that is shown in the configuration menu), signs like ? and @ are still misplaced. What can I do? It really piss me when i try to write something and realise that it's not where it should be. Thanks in advance, and sorry for my bad English.

Thank you!

A:Keyboard layout cannot be changed

This is what I read:

There is a small change to the Control Panel in Windows 8 that involves splitting the Region and Language applet into two separate applets. This makes changing your keyboard layout a little more tricky than previous versions of Windows.

How to Change Your Keyboard Layout in Windows 8

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Hi, I've just purchased a new ENVY x360 15 Laptop in the UK, however it has come with a US keyboard layout, not a UK one, I think this must be a manufacturing error as this model afaik is only available in the UK. Can someone confirm this model should indeed come with a UK keyboard layout? For information here is what a UK layout should look like:https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9c/ISO_keyboard_%28105%29_QWERTY_UK.svg/750px... Note the shape of the Enter key and position of \ and /, in comparison to a US layout. I'm about to send it back for refund unless I can be sure this model is available with a UK keyboard

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Is it possible to change the keyboard layout without re-installing? By mistake I selected US international when setting up Windows XP. I would like to change it to UK / British. Is there a way to do this?



A:Changing keyboard layout in XP

control panel/keyboard

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Hey everyone!

I am using an alternative keyboard layout (NEO 2.0) and I would like to know how to change the default keyboard layout so that I don't have to change it each time I open a new window!

Hope s.o. knows something about that!!

A:Using an alternative Keyboard layout - HELP!

Quote: Originally Posted by luma

Hey everyone!

I am using an alternative keyboard layout (NEO 2.0) and I would like to know how to change the default keyboard layout so that I don't have to change it each time I open a new window!

Hope s.o. knows something about that!!

Don't know what Neo 2.0 is, but keyboard layouts can be added in Configuration -> Country and language

Good luck

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On my laptop, the positioning of the Fn key is reallly annoying. Is is possible to make the Fn key act like pressing control and vice versa? That would make it much easier for me to press control shift escape to open task manager.

A:Laptop Keyboard Layout

Quote: Originally Posted by Windows i7 920

On my laptop, the positioning of the Fn key is reallly annoying. Is is possible to make the Fn key act like pressing control and vice versa? That would make it much easier for me to press control shift escape to open task manager.

Yes it is. google keyboard remapping software

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I have moved from the US to Germany and would now like to swap my keyboard to German in order to be able to use the "umlauts" needed over here...
Can someone point me to a site were I can buy them? (Yes I know that I can change the layout in windows, however it is really confusing to get an z while typing y...)



A:Need Keyboard with German layout

Hello Johannes

I do not know which Portege notebook you have but Googling around I am pretty sure you can find keyboard with German layout. Second solution to this is to contact nearest authorized service provider. They can order the right keyboard for you.

Oh yes, the one more thing: check eBay. There you can find so many hardware components for different notebook models.

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I have an Envy x360 with a Danish keyboard. The key for < and > does not work properly. Instead of firing angle brackets it fires ctrl.My only chance to type < and > is typing via the virtual keyboard, which is rather cumbersome when you write html :-( I went to the store where I bought it and tried their demo model. It has the same defect...

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HelloCan i hope that lenovo will soon sell notebooks with bepo layout ?https://normalisation.afnor.org/actualites/faq-clavier-francais/Best regards

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Hello, I just joined this forum. I read in a previous forum that on the Ideapad 510, the page up and down keys are where the right shift key would normally be. I was curious if this is also the case on the Ideapad 320 15.6 inch model or if the 320 has the normal keyboard layout with the right shift key in its usual place. I am considering a 320, but the position of the right shift key would throw me off since I am a touch typist.

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I have Win7 Family Premium. It looks like it's the french version (I bought it in Quebec, which makes sense).

The PC has 4 accounts, one for each member of my family.

For some reason, I can't set my default keyboard layout to "French Canada".

At the moment, I have the keyboard icon in my taskbar. If I click it, three options are displayed : French (Canada), Traditional French (Canada), and Show Language bar. By default, Traditional French is selected, which is what annoys me. If I right-click it, and click on Settings..., I get the "Services de texte et de langues" dialog. It says that my default input language is French (Canada). It is the only option in the select box, e.g. French Traditional is not there. Also, in the "Installed services" box in the lower left, again, only French (Canada) in installed (language, and keyboard layout).

Sometimes, when I boot the PC, the keyboard icon is NOT in the taskbar, and I do have the French Canada layout loaded. I'm wondering if that has anything to do with what member of my family logs in first... Most of the time though, the icon is there, and French Traditional is loaded by default.

My goal : to ALWAYS have ONE AND ONLY ONE keyboard layout: French (Canada).

Since it's not even shown in the "Services de texte et de langues" dialog, I have to idea how to remove the French Traditional one ?!?


A:Can't set my default keyboard layout

If you want to change the default selected language | Keyboard Layout - Change

If you want to remove an additional language input:

In the start menu type Change Keyboards.
Click Change keyboards.
Select the Keyboard you want to remove by clicking on it, then click the Remove button to the right.
Confirm both windows and you're done .

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