Is the "Numer One" the one above your "Q" or in your num pad? Shortcut keys can only be set (with also adding Ctrl+Alt) to the num pad keys. If it is indeed your num pad, we can try to map the shortcut keys.
Also, what is that sentence, if it can be posted here?
First of all, clear your temporary files.
- Click on your Start menu and select Run.
- Type into the run box cleanmgr and hit OK.
- A window will pop-up asking which drive you want to clean. Select your operating drive.
This is usually C:. If you are unsure, right click on your Start Menu and select Open. In the first part of the address you will see your operating drive letter.
- The wizard will proceed to estimating the amount of space it can free up.
- After that is done, which should only take a moment, you will be asked to choose what areas you wish to clean. Put a check mark beside Temporary Internet files, Recycling Bin and Temporary files. Please leave the others unchecked.
- Hit OK to start the cleaning. The window will close itself upon completion.
Did this "reset" the key?
Edited by PropagandaPanda, 23 June 2008 - 04:06 PM.