I bought an old Toshiba laptop with Windows XP, with no CD/DVD or image, so I have to accept the operating system as it is, more or less, and the vendor pretends to not knowing the system, so he can't help me.
Now this system has a shortkey, which is Alt-rightarrow for context menu. Unfortunately, I need Alt-rightarrow for better things than context menu, but this shortkey overrides even native Alt-rightarrow key in my applications, so that they become unavailable, and the unwanted context menu appearing instead.
So I got rid of any service that might cause this, for example 00thotkey.exe and others, but the problem prevails, and I don't have any idea to get gid of this shortkey now.
Could anybody tell me where to search for a possible cause?
Do you know a tool that could identify such a cause, and which for example, when I press Alt-rightarrow, and the context menu appears again, would identify which process made appear the context menu there?
Otherwise, I'm quite happy with my purchase, so I absolutely need to get rid of this shortkey. When I search the web for "alt right arrow context menu", there is no information, so it seems to be a proprietary thing caused by a special tool on my system. It goes without sying, though, that there is no macro program running.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!