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I was wondering if it's possible to disable the Windows keys under Windows 98.  I know it's certainly possible under win95, so is there a way to do it under 98?
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by:dankh
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Hi,


  There is, give me a minute to find the answer.  
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by:dankh
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Mr. Yot,

   One surefire way of doing it is by pulling the entire key out of the keyboard.  Or, this is another way:

http://www.tiny-planet.com/winkey/
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by:MrYotsuya
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I'll try that winkey disabling program later.  Unfortunately, removing the keys is not an option, it isn't my keyboard, otherwise I would have done that some time ago.  Thanks anyways.
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by:MrYotsuya
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Hmm?  Looks like you forgot to enter an answer.
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Mr. Yot,

   One surefire way of doing it is by pulling the entire key out of the keyboard.  Or, this is another way:

http://www.tiny-planet.com/winkey/

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by:MrYotsuya
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That program works as advertised, and it's cheap too.  Thanks man.
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