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2009



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vistaThere are a lot of ways to use your computer when your mouse doesn’t work anymore. A nice solution, above all if you want to continue browsing the Web, is to use a handy website which will let you browse the Internet thanks to simple keystrokes. Alternatively, you might want to use a little Firefox-add which will let you use the numeric keys to open different links. However, today I want to speak about a simple tricks which, thanks to some rather unknown Windows Vista options, will let you configure the keyboard in order to use numeric keys to control your mouse’s movements.

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Click Ease of Access.
  4. Now, under Explore all Setting click on Make the Mouse Easier to Use.
  5. Tick Turn on Mouse Keys and click Setup mouse Keys.
  6. Tweak and adjust the settings on the base of your needs.



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2 Comments to “How to use the keyboard when the mouse stops working in Windows Vista”

  1. Web Talk Says:

    Did you try this? http://www.webtlk.com/2008/05/13/how-to-remove-windows-genuine-wga-plug-in-from-firefox/ or this http://support.microsoft.com/kb/921914/ ??

    Actually i have never written about this topic

  2. rex Says:

    it was really awesome and very helpful but i want to known that how can i get rid of genuine windows validation tests. please let me know rexash@yahoo.com


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