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To test a theory for another question I have open, I need a tool that will capture, and display all the scancodes being received by Windows.

I need to see if Windows is receiving some kind of signal to control the audio levels via the keyboard.

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closed as off-topic by fixer1234, Nifle, Kevin Panko, DavidPostill, mdpc Apr 8 '15 at 6:30

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up vote 11 down vote accepted

KeyCodes works on Windows 7 (and presumably older versions as well).

KeyCodes screenshot I took

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