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Dan

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Mar 9, 2004
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is there a way of doing Control Alt Delete, without actually pressing control alt delete? the reaosn being is that i broke my delete on my keyboard and i need to press it. thanks!
 
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Dan

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Mar 9, 2004
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++ [ originally posted by Bürke ] ++
Yea, get a new keyboard. Were you high when you did it, haha?
No just Ill. Was the worst night of my life, the first night of karneval and i fall ill in the evening. I spilled some water on it.
 

Majed

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Jul 17, 2002
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So I take it that you have a laptop...not a dektop...

Most Desktop Keyboards have two Delete keys.

.............

Anyhow, If you only had 1 "delete" key, you could try looking for a soft keyboard (onscreen keyboard) that simulates keyboard input, or one that changes your keyboard input. You'll have to look for them on your own.
 

Elnur_E65

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Feb 21, 2004
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++ [ originally posted by blackmint ] ++
is there a way of doing Control Alt Delete, without actually pressing control alt delete? the reaosn being is that i broke my delete on my keyboard and i need to press it. thanks!
For all matters regarding KEYBOARDS- contact Don Bes! He has extensive expertise in this field.

1-800-CALL-BES
 
Apr 12, 2004
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I have a computer related question.

Whenever I do what Martin just suggested, or press ctrl alt del, the task manager appears for a split second, then disappears.

Do you know what the source of this problem is?

It really pisses me off.
 
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Dan

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Mar 9, 2004
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thanks martin, helped loads.

++ [ originally posted by Bürke ] ++


HAHA! You bastard, you!
Tell me about it. The worst part is all my friends are tired from last night and dont want to go out tonite. Ive got alot of drinking to do to catch up..:frown:
 
Apr 12, 2004
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++ [ originally posted by blackmint ] ++
thanks martin, helped loads.



Tell me about it. The worst part is all my friends are tired from last night and dont want to go out tonite. Ive got alot of drinking to do to catch up..:frown:
Buy me a ticket, put me up in a room for a month, I will party like it's 1999....
 
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Dan

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Buy me a ticket, put me up in a room for a month, I will party like it's 1999....
Youre welcome to squat in my basment for a small fee.
 

Majed

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Jul 17, 2002
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++ [ originally posted by Martin ] ++
Right click on the taskbar and select Task Manager.
Now I feel like an idiot... I forgot that that's all he wants! :embarass:
:D

Kudos to the guy who made up: "Understanding the problem is half of the solution" :D
 
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Dan

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Mar 9, 2004
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actually majed, i think you might of saved the sound on my pc. I turned off the sound using the keys on my pc and now i want to turn it on again, and the keys are bust.. so im looking for an onboard keyboard.
 

Martin

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Dec 31, 2000
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++ [ originally posted by Majed ] ++
Now I feel like an idiot... I forgot that that's all he wants! :embarass:
:D

Kudos to the guy who made up: "Understanding the problem is half of the solution" :D
:D

What is also funny is the fact that I so rarely use Windows these days and yet I *do* remember that little tidbit.. must mean I've used it a lot over the years.. or perhaps been forced to use it hmmm.... :D
 

Martin

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Dec 31, 2000
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++ [ originally posted by Bürke ] ++
I have a computer related question.

Whenever I do what Martin just suggested, or press ctrl alt del, the task manager appears for a split second, then disappears.

Do you know what the source of this problem is?

It really pisses me off.
Sounds like one of them problems to which the solution is reinstall windows.
 

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