From: Bret <bretj...@juno.com>

You may need to use the Microsoft KEYB program (from MS-DOS) rather than the
FREEDOS KEYB program.  While the FreeDOS KEYB program works pretty well most
of the time, it is NOT a true equivalent to the MS KEYB program.  It sounds
like a BIOS compatibility problem, which the MS KEYB program may be able to
fix when the FreeDOS KEYB won't.



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