I would 1st change the date to the correct date, so that way it'll be easier to check to see what has changed, and when.
But it sounds like it could have a macros
setup for the keys. There is also a function within the Windows XP
where as if you hold down a set of keys for awhile (about 3-5 seconds or so) it'll change the keys. For example, what happened to me once was that my keys were changed, and then if I typed a character, it made it capital. And when I held the SHIFT
+ the key, it made the letter lowercase. If I'm correct, it made my number keys over the top reverse in what was typed.
I forget how I fixed the problem, but look at the Windows Help
and it may have a section on changing the keys.[Update]
I couldn't find anything on it from the Help, but I would at least look into that as a possible cause. I was so pissed when it happened to me. No matter what I typed, I gotten different cases and depending on the keys, different characters.[Another Update]
Check to see if any fonts
have been installed.
Edited by Walkman, 05 April 2007 - 11:07 AM.