Hi, thanks for the reply!
Actually I had seen this when I first started googling. However I have no antivirus software installed (clean install of Windows XP, never been connected to any network) and I've tried with three different keyboards.
I think there's definitely something wrong with my laptop. Either it's the port or it's something with the keypresses.
If it's the port, then the USB upgrade kit maybe my solution.
However, if it has some trouble with keypresses or some ghost keypresses for some reason then the USB upgrade won't really help me. If I understand correctly it will work as if it were a USB keyboard, is that correct? That would then only help me if the port is at fault.
You know it makes sense!
Edited by KiLLerCloWn (03/01/11 01:34 AM)