Reboot the computer then run Scandisk.
Smash it with a rock.
At least then you'll know what is wrong.
Install the 3-4 defense and get back to basics on the running game.
Sorry, wrong problem I'm solving...
Guess this would be a bad time to ask if you voted in the New Blog Showcase yet, huh?
Back up your data, wipe the drive clean, and reinstall.
I was running ME (yeah, I know) and it ate my video and mouse drivers. Reinstalling ME over the top did nothing at all. Reformatting the drive and installing WinXP did the trick.
copied over from my post in the Munuviana comments:
Erm, is it bad that I had almost no trouble reading that? $c@^&i$c was the only on that gave me trouble and then only because I didn't think a scandisk was necessary.
So, the possibilites
a) you spilled something in your keyboard...go get a new one
a1) as an alternative check, plug a spare keyboard in and see if it works.
b) something ate your keyboard drivers, go to control panel->system->hardware tab->device manager->keyboards->MS 101/104-key (I think)-> properties->reinstall driver (or somethign along those lines, what OS?)
c) something ate your regional settings, go to control panel->regional options and check to make sure everything is correct (I assume everything should be in english, etc.)
d) something gave your system a frontal lobotomy. Backup, reformat, reinstall.
Posted by: Chris C. at September 15, 2003 04:50 PM
Ah, don't worry about it. We understand you just fine. : )