There is a neat on-screen-keyboard (osk.exe)as part of win2000. I have not been able to get it to work on win98. Does anyone know of a way to make it work and if not has anyone loaded Win2000 and made it work on the 1200. Mine never would boot. It would get finished with the POST and start over. I only have 32 Meg of ram so that may be the problem or it is most likey the processor speed the is below the win2000 mininum. Any ideas?
I have found a couple of things about the onscreen keyboard. If you have pen services loaded then on some programs where there is a text box there will be an "A" to the left of the box and clicking on that "A" will bring up the keyboard and you can also use the pen to write in these boxes, but they are usually too small for that to work. I have tried putting the keyboard in the startup menu but even though I check the minimize box it still comes up in the maximize mode. I would like it to load and be minimized because some of the software I use will not show the "A". If anyone out there know of a fix or hack please post it.
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