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HP DV6-3033CL got 5 keypads on the left of keyboards, which are for launching browser/outlook/printer/calculator/HP media. Not sure if those are called 'quick launch buttons'.

I usually mis-type those keys when trying to type tab/capslock/shift/ctrl which is really annoying. Is there any way to disable those keys? Thanks.

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Use Key Tweak and remap keys to shift. To remap the keys of a non-standard keyboard use the Full Teach feature

EDIT:

Try this before using Key Tweak

  • Run msconfig
  • Under startup Tab, check for two programs HP QuickPlay and HP Quick launch buttons.
  • If they exist un-check them and restart
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