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On screen keyboard showing on boot up.

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My Laptop with windows 8.1 pro when it boots up the on screen Keyboard shows on screen.
I have done this: I went into computer management and service, and disabled it and rebooted and it still shows up.
I looked at the computer management and service and it is still disabled, anybody have any ideas on this?
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Hi

You can prevent the Ease of Access On-Screen Keyboard from automatically starting when you load Windows by
* clearing the "Use On-Screen Keyboard" checkbox
* on the "Use the computer without a mouse or keyboard" page
* in the Ease of Access Center.

You access the Ease of Access Center by
* opening the Control Panel,
* click Ease of Access,
* click Ease of Access Center,
* and then click Use the computer without a mouse or keyboard.

Alex
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