Windows NT CapsLock

With NT Workstation 4, how do I boot the workstation and cause CapsLock to automatically enable.
NOVELLRG3Asked:
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bruce_steynConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Have just had a look at www.regedit.com and there is no way at all for editing the registry in order to activate caps lock.....you will have to use a program of some sorts.

Bruce
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ggilmanCommented:
There is a NUMLOCK on in BIOS settings. is there a CAPS lock there too? You might check.
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ggilmanCommented:
Looked in my BIOS and it's not there. You might have to write a program that will do it for you. You can then put the program in your startup folder so that it will run everytime you log in.
For Caps Lock code, see
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q.10160074
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ggilmanCommented:
Another, easier to follow:
http://www.vb-world.net/tips/tip71.html

By the way, all code above is in VB. If you can't get your hands on a compiler, let me know and I can compile it for you.
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NOVELLRG3Author Commented:
Thanks, but I wanted to change the registry to activate the caps lock before login and before the startup folder is activated.
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