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Comma instead of a dot a numeric pad

Posted on 1998-09-05
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When I install SP3 on my NT workstation, the dot at the numeric pad changed into a comma. I want my dot back. I've already examined the internation settings and thats fine. Any ideas experts ? I'm locate in Belgium so my country settings are Dutch(Belgium)
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Check your keyboard settings.  These are different from "Regional Settings" in Control Panel.  Go to "control panel" and then keyboard - which countries are currently installed?  Reinstall dutch if necessary.
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by:Mark Aerts
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It's a bug in NT when you choose Belgium!!!
I thought there was a patch, somewhere, I'll let you know

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The belgian guys knows that !

Just take the file named 'kbdbe.dll' on the '$NtServicePackUninstall$' directory, and copy it on the '\winnt\system32\' directory. Replace the old file.

Now, reboot your machine and enjoy the dot key !


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