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Windows 7 Turns off whenever I press windows logo key

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May 13, 2013 10:32:03 PM

My computer turns off whenever I press windows logo key.. I didn't know whether I changed any setting. It happened to me from yesterday.. Till then everything was going fine.. I can't use shortcuts like wndw+d , wndw+r, etc.. Should I reset whole the windows system.. Any help is really appreciable..

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May 13, 2013 10:52:25 PM

Have you accidentally turned on "Sticky Keys"? If you have then follow the directions below:
"1. Navigate to Control Panel and click on Ease of Access center, and find the link for “Make the keyboard easier to use”.
2. Once you are there, you’ll want to make sure the boxes for “Turn on Sticky Keys” or “Turn on Filter Keys” are turned off—which simply means the feature isn’t active at the moment.
3. Further you’ll have to click on either “Set up Filter Keys” or “Set up Sticky Keys” (or both).
4. Disable Filter Keys Popup.
5. If you went to the Filter Keys setup screen, remove the checkbox from “Turn on Filter Keys when right SHIFT is pressed for 8 seconds”.
6. To disable Sticky Keys Popup, uncheck the box for “Turn on Sticky Keys when SHIFT is pressed five times”. "
Source: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/window...
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May 15, 2013 8:09:21 AM

I have tried all these and the same problem exist.. I have turned both sticky and filter keys off.. Can you please help me out?? Do you need any screenshot to confirm those?
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a b $ Windows 7
May 15, 2013 7:34:05 PM

Do you have another keyboard you can try? If not, can you borrow one? This may determine whether or not the keyboard is the issue. If another keyboard does not present the same issues then you know the problem is the keyboard. If it does present the same problems then we try something else.
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May 15, 2013 10:46:47 PM

kenrivers said:
Do you have another keyboard you can try? If not, can you borrow one? This may determine whether or not the keyboard is the issue. If another keyboard does not present the same issues then you know the problem is the keyboard. If it does present the same problems then we try something else.


Let me check once, and I will inform you..

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