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keyboard country setting changes under FS9!

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Hello,I have searched the forum, couldn't find it, so sorry if this has been discussed before.While in FS9, every now and then (but quite often), the Windows keyboard country setting changes from US International (which it should be) to Netherlands. When this happens, FS9 goes bananas with the key settings. I can then click the tiny keyboard in the taskbar and see the setting has changed to Netherlands. When I then select US International, everything is fine again.It happens both while in a window, as well as when flying fullscreen.Now this only happens in FS9. I haven't flown very much with FSX, so I am not completely sure that it won't happen there, but for now I think it's an FS9 problem.Anyone knows what causes this and how to stop it from happening?My specs:AMD Athlon 64+ FX60Standard Microsoft KeyboardWindows XP SP2 Dutch versionFS9.1Best regards,Frank

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Can't you just remove one of the keyboard language settings? I'm in the UK, and so the first thing I do when installing windows is install the UK keyboard, and remove the US keyboard. If you intend to use both keyboard settings, then I can't help.

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>Can't you just remove one of the keyboard language settings?>I'm in the UK, and so the first thing I do when installing>windows is install the UK keyboard, and remove the US>keyboard. >>If you intend to use both keyboard settings, then I can't>help.How can I remove a keyboard language setting?Regards,Frank

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Never mind; just figured it out.I'll try this. It might be the solution.Thanks for your help!Best regards,Frank

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