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Thread: Satellite L500-19C - How to configure keyboard properly?

  1. Satellite L500-19C - How to configure keyboard properly?
    #1
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    I bought a Satellite L500-19C with Windows 7 64 bits and I'm having troubles with the configuration of the keyboard for the correct use of portuguese language.

    When I try to accent a letter,par example "a", I get aside "~~" instead of the accent above the letter. I've checked all configurations from Windows and Toshiba SW and everything seems to be fine tuned to portuguese (Portugal).

    Please help me in the way to correct it.

  2. Re: Satellite L500-19C - How to configure keyboard properly?
    #2
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    Hi

    Normally you can change the keyboard layout if navigate to control panel > Keyboard. There you should add the keyboard layout that you want and remove all other layouts that you donít want.

    After this the keyboard should work properly.

  3. Re: Satellite L500-19C - How to configure keyboard properly?
    #3
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    Hi Sintax

    Following your instrution I only find one Keyboard layout with the description Standard PS/ 2 Keyboard with these File Drivers Details:

    C:\....\i8042prt.sys
    C:\....\kbdclass.sys

    What should I do? Download a new driver?

    Thanks for your help

    Rui

  4. Re: Satellite L500-19C - How to configure keyboard properly?
    #4
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    Go to Control Panel then Region and Language. Then the Keyboards and Languages and add your required language.

    Peter K

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