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Posted on 2011-03-21
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How can I find out which program is using the Print Screen key?
In my current Windows XP when I push the Print Screen key the current screen is always printed directly to the default printer.
I want to use the SnagIt program to make screencopies on other printers or on disk.
But the 'print screen' key is already in use by another programs and I cannot find it.
Is there a location somewhere in teh registry or on an other place where XP is storing this information.
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Goto control panel -> add remove software and check the list of software installed.

There should be software installed to change the default behaviour of the print screen button. One of such software I know is Gadwin PrintScreen.

Source: http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Windows/XP/Q_25279962.html

If you have no idea, post back the list of software here and we will find it out for you.
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also try to uninstall and reinstall keyboard driver, or remove keyboard and re-add it in control pane - > regional settings.
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and be carefull if you are using a laptop, and check if you should press 'fn' key with print screen to get it.
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Found application. Was a portable application called LightScreen.
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