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Blocked or Disable Mouse and Keyboard in th Windows 95

Posted on 2004-04-18
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Last Modified: 2010-04-15
I need an aid to block or disable the keyboard and mouse in the Windows 95, I am using Vc++, exite some api similar to blockinput? Somebody has a solution?
Question by:osteinjr
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One way would be to use a mouse/keyboard hook and eat all relevant messages
directed to your window. Take a look at SetWindowsHookEx().

Another idea for handling mouse message would be to hide the cursor in your
window and override OnNcHitTest. In its handler, return HTNOWHERE or its

Author Comment

ID: 10858469
Still the problem exists, because this necessary solution to be in a DLL and does not possess graphical part, thus would be necessary to block for the operational system.

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