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On Wednesday 10 November 2004 07:19, Iain Roberts wrote:
> Someone at a large engineering company in Sharston has a broken keyboard
> that needs repairing. It's connected to some obscure, elderly computer so
> they can't just go out and buy another one. The keyboard is partially
> working but a few of the keys don't work.
They would probably be better off snatching a keyboard from an old computer.
It would also be cheaper to find some of the vintage types on eBay. See, for
I remember that 12-15 years ago, whenever a button on my keyboard 'died', I
pressed ALT and the right combination of keys on the num-pad.
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