Thursday, September 18, 2008

Windows - Remap Keyboard Keys

Tired of accidentally hitting a key on the keyboard. You can reassign where keys are by using a tool from the Windows Server 2003 resource kit that works on windows 2000, XP, and Vista.

Quick: Run remapkey.exe, Drag and drop from the top keyboard to the bottom to remap keys. Reboot computer.


Run the remapkey.exe application from the resource kit. Drag and drop to reassign keys. This will make changes to the registry. To see the changes you need to reboot the computer. Careful with Alt-Cntl-Del or you may not be able to get back in.

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