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How To Disable Keyboard Windows XP

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How to disable keyboard In Windows XP

 

1- Go to StartMenu > Run and type "regedit" and press OK to run Windows Registry Editor.

2- Go to following address:

HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelAccessibilityKeyboard Response
3- Create a new String Value and name it as Flags , then give it value of 127

4- Now Go to following address:

HKEY_CURRENT_USERControlpanelAccessibilitySoundSentry
5- Create a new String Value and name it as Flags , then give it value of 3

6- Create a new String Value and name it as WindosEffect, then give it value of 3

7- Close Windows Registry Editor and restart your Computer.

After restarting computer, if you press any key on keyboard, your keyboard will not work.

 

Note: to restore to first, delete created entries.

Note2: Incorrectly editing the registry may damage your system. First create a backup registry.

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Help me to make this batch command valid pleaseHow To Disable Keyboard

REG ADD HKCUControl PanelAccessibilityKeyboard Response /v Flags /t REG_SZ /d 126 /f
When I run it on CMD it says "Too many command-line parameters".

-question by Calvin

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Help me to make this batch command valid pleaseHow To Disable Keyboard

REG ADD HKCUControl PanelAccessibilityKeyboard Response /v Flags /t REG_SZ /d 126 /f

When I run it on CMD it says "Too many command-line parameters".

-question by Calvin

 


Try this

 

REG ADD "HKCUControl PanelAccessibilityKeyboard Response" /v Flags /t REG_SZ /d 126 /f

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