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Saw this on another forum, its a great way to solve the small right Shift key problem!!!
To do this you need a registry key. There’s some very good info about how to edit this and where to put it on this link:
Remap any Key in Windows XP, 2000, Vista and 2003
Don’t play with it unless you know what you’re doing and DO make that system backup first! I warned you, so don’t sue me!
(BTW, it says to reboot after each change for it to take effect, but actually you only need to log off.)
If you want to do something different there is also a good program for tweaking keyboard settings called ‘Keytweak’ which is easy to find. Use its ‘full teach’ mode, but you still need to be careful with it.
The tricky part was finding the right code for the UK keyboard as every web reference seems to be for a US one, but this is what worked for me:
“Scancode Map”=hex:00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,03,00,00,00,2a,00 ,56,00,56,00,29,00,00,00,00,00
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