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Old 01-18-2010, 11:20 AM
Mark Neidorff
Default Bogus Keycodes from Linux host to virtualbox client

I'm running Lenny and Virtualbox 3.0.12. The client OS in VB is XP.
Yesterday, I wanted to listen to a web based music stream, so in lenny I
connected to a radio station's stream using "movie player." Music plays,
everything works. Then I started virtualbox/XP/MS Word. Every few seconds,
word reacted as if someone had pressed the "alt" key on the keyboard (set
focus to the menus rather than the regular text input. I didn't close XP or
virtualbox down, but I switched to the host and stopped "movie player". The
problem went away.

Have you seen this problem before? Do you have any idea which bit of software
the problem belongs to? Where do I find a fix and/or where do I report the

Thanks for any help,


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