Backwards Keyboard Letters

Discussion in 'Computer Accessories' started by AJDouglas, Aug 9, 2017.

  1. AJDouglas

    AJDouglas New Member

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    So, I have a: Microsoft Wireless MultiMedia Keyboard 1.1 that is really wacky. For example, when I press the letter A on the keyboard:
    a=b
    b=a
    c=d
    d=c
    e=f
    f=e
    g=h
    h=g
    i=j
    j=i
    k=l
    l=k
    m=n
    n=m
    o=p
    p=o
    q=r
    r=q
    s=t
    t=s
    u=v
    v=u
    w=x
    x=w
    y=z
    z=y

    I've tried reinstalling the drivers with no avail. Google mentioned turning the numlock on, which was also to no avail. Anybody out there ever had the same problem before?
     
  2. tremmor

    tremmor Well-Known Member

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  3. AJDouglas

    AJDouglas New Member

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    Thanks for the help! The post said to try F Lock key + Num Lock, I tried the combo, but it did not do anything. Then I remembered the keys are all screwy, and that Num Lock= The up arrow key, so I did F Lock + up arrow key which then prompted a pop up asking if I wanted to enable toggle keys. So, I guess that means the F Lock key= some other key. I also did step 2, and the keyboard language is good. The keyboard language is set to US. Any idea if there's a way to figure out a way what the F Lock key is?
     
  4. johnb35

    johnb35 Administrator Staff Member

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    Have you tried using a different keyboard?
     

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