Some Windows shortcut key combinations are interfering with my WinSplit Revolution shortcuts.
Where are these shortcuts defined in XP and how can I change them?
You can try changing some via HotKeyBind, AutoIt, AutoHotkey and such programs. You cannot change most of the system implemented default ones (like Win+ E for explorer, Win + R … and such). I had a question regarding this on SO, and this has been one of the Windows annoyances for me for a while now.
If the conflicts are ones that start programs, then they are defined as shortcuts in .lnk properties – however there are no defaults so you — or someone — has to have set them.
You can go into explorer and do a properties on each .lnk file — or if you have some programming skills you can do as I did — see bottom of this answer.
I found this was implemented “horribly” in XP — apparently the start menu “tree” of .lnk files is NOT scanned and loaded into a little table. So if you haven’t used a shortcut in a while it will have to look thru and open every .lnk file until it finds the right one.
Instead I prefer Macro Express, and while fee-based, is definitely worthwhile.
I wrote my own “find all shortcuts” program, which is in KEDIT and thus not “portable” (for it relies on non-free Kedit to run). But the LOGIC might help someone else do a search:
The logic is this: read the 65th and 66th byte of every .lnk file in the documents and settings files.
The 65th byte is the “key” with a decimal 220 meaning “”
and the 66th byte is a bit of “”what other keys go with it””: