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On-screen keyboard

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by SHINYAKA, Oct 16, 2010.


    SHINYAKA Member

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    Salaam wana jamiiforums.
    naomba msaada kwenu kwa wale waliobobea katika elimu ya ya Computer.
    nimekuwa nikisumbuliwa na On-screen key board inajitokeza kila ninapofungua Computer yangu (Lap top).
    tafadhali waungwana.
  2. doup

    doup JF-Expert Member

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    hebu jaribu kuangalia hapa kwanza

    First, go to Control Panel, Ease of Access. Then click on the link "Use the
    computer without a mouse or keyboard". Make sure the checkbox marked "Use On
    screen keyboard" is UNchecked (ie, clear).

    That's your first and most important place to check. After that, it gets a
    bit more obscure. The On Screen Keyboard program is "osk.exe". Presumably
    something is causing osk.exe to be run, every time you log in.

    In the Start menu, look in the Startup folder. Make sure there are no
    shortcuts there pointing towards osk.exe. If there are, move the shortcut to
    another location, or just delete it.

    start-->all programs-->startup kama utaweza ona "OSK.EXE" highlight --right click --delete
    start-->all programs-->startup-- highlight --right click---browse

    Next, run the command "msconfig". If prompted for admin credentials, enter
    them. Then, look under the Startup tab. Look for any entries which appear to
    run osk.exe. If you see one, uncheck teh entry, and then press Apply.

    Next, run Regedit. If prompted for credentials, enter your own, current
    username and password. Then navigate to the registry key:


    If you see a value under there which runs osk.exe, delete that value.