Just curious, when formatting a drive to install Windows. Why was the L key chosen as the confirm key?
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There are many people out there that just press "Enter" all the time when going through a wizard and don't read. This is to force the person to read the options, and help them make sure that this is really what they want to do.
It would be horrible for someone to try to "repair" the OS and accidentally format it...
Hope this help!
Because of the unlikely event that someone will hit the L key on accident, and therefore formatting their disk.
Just a guess :)