The native mapping can be down in the registry. So yes, you could use google to find out where these registry maps are. If you are using an app for that, then you didn't share that but could use google to search for removal if the map app won't uninstall.
Recently I discovered that the left ctrl key of my keyboard doubled as a delete key, while the right ctrl key doubled as a left arrow key. (i.e. when I hit left ctrl, the computer registers both the ctrl and delete keys) As a result, shortcuts like copying and pasting become a major pain. Meanwhile other features also behaved strangely, for example, the computer no longer registers the long holding of the backspace and 'd' keys.
I fear that the keyboard may have been altered through edits of the windows registry. If so, is there any way for me to find and get rid of this second key map?
Thanks in advance for any assistance!
Laptop: Asus K45V; Intel i7 @2.3ghz; 8gb RAM; Windows 7 Home Premium