It's doubtful that it's the Vista doing this (although it's possible).
What kind of install did you do? An Upgrade or a Clean install?
What make and model system do you have? Do you have a USB or a PS2 keyboard? Did you reinstall updated drivers that are Vista compatible? Is your BIOS set correctly to recognize the keyboard?
I suspect that the Vista drivers are a bit "immature" and don't provide all the functionality of the drivers that the manufacturer's will provide.
Edited by usasma, 02 February 2007 - 07:42 AM.
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