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Old 19-10-2007, 10:42 PM
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wouldn't it show up on a report from Hi jack this?
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Old 19-10-2007, 10:45 PM
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you just reminded me of a trick i used to do with mobile phones to get rid of any "residual current- charge " i used to put the phone in a carrier bag in the freezer overnight --- will do that for the laptop for an hour or so sometime
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Old 19-10-2007, 10:50 PM
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wouldn't it show up on a report from Hi jack this?
Yes it would, and show all TSR programmes...
msconfig or ctrl/alt/delete would show all processes running too.
Too many ticks, not enough memory.
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Old 19-10-2007, 10:58 PM
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I dont favour the old freezer trick FC, but a suitable resistor connected across the battery will definitely drain off any residual charge and should erase the battery memory giving it a new lease of life for a while.

As Pers says Hi Jack should show up any TSR's lying around
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If your keyboard is shagged, i may be able to send you a usb item for the cost of postage.

I have ten or so sitting on my office floor and was going to send them to charity, all brand new dell keyboards.

Also some dell speakers, the free ones so not hi spec but they work in anyone wants either let me know i would only want the cost of postage or collection.

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Glenn,

Do the new keyboards come with a guarantee that the words will be spelt correctly, regardless where fingers are placed?
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hmmm, if like me you have fat fingers, then there are no guarantees. Generally though i would say they will type all the right letters, they may not be in the correct order but they will be there!!!

does that help?

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It helps, maybe some of us should give up the Hunt and Peck method of typing.
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Old 29-11-2007, 11:20 AM
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Hi

Thanks for this i new the problem i have been having with my spelling couldn't have been my fault.

Feel much better now
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