Never heard of it till I saw your post but their software seems to be pretty good. I personally use ERUNT and Acronis TI. Just had a look at your link and it seems a pretty useful program but the set-up I have gives you more options, ERUNT is free and the latest version of ATI is the same price as Time Shuttle, in fact you should be able to pick up ATI even cheaper especially v11 which is what I use, also depending on what make of hard drive you have you can get an older copy of ATI free and upgrade quite cheaply.rjbull
The link is as follows: http://www.stud.usv.ro/~alexbu/target.php?target=keyboard
I had a bit of time spare yesterday and tried the 3 programs I said I would without any success.
Keyboard Tweaker: This did not seem to match up any of the keys with what was shown in the GUI. Different mapping?
HotkeyP: I set Ctrl + E to run mailto: but when I tried it the Ctrl key had not registered so it ran on the E key but I could no longer use it to type with.
HoeKey: In the default settings it shows Win + N for Notepad, so I tried adding Win + W for Wordpad but it never worked.
When I have more time I will have another go but having had a look around I was reminded that there are already 2 pieces of OEM software that control hotkeys and I am wondering if having KeyScrambler installed might be affecting things.
I just realised that I never mentioned it before but the Netbook is a Samsung NC10.