Hello I have a Mod Y-BF38 and I dont know how but something must have been activated accidently on the keyboard as when the Caps Lock is keyed on and off it makes a beep noise which drives us mad.
Can anyone help Please! :)
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I don't know how to make this status appear, however here's a way around it.
Go to Control Panel. Ease of Access Center > Make the keyboard easier to use. Check the box next to "Turn on Toggle Keys. Hear a tone when you press CAPS LOCK, NUM LOCK, or SCROLL LOCK".
From now on, you're going to hear a beep whenever you press CAPS LOCK key on or off, the beep is slightly different depending on whether you press it on or off. Slightly higher pitch when you press the CAPS LOCK to stay on.
Hello. This is a normal response to the motions detector while people are active
within the home.
The alarm is a semi active mode that is the motions detector will beep, if a
door is open there could be active voice alarm or beeping from Central alarm
within the home. The same will happen if a window is opened, beep,beep,beep.
In this mode it lets the home owner while in his/her home that the alarm is
on and it will let you know when the doors, windows or floor pressure sensor is
There another mode for the alarm system that is if you have pets. It can be
activated that only things that are inactive is the motion and pressure sensors.
They beep but will not execute the full alarm system.
The there is full alarm system activation where every sensor is
operational----full Alarm On....
Now, if you don't like the beeping, then you can turn the alarm system off
while you or your husband is in the home. But it will not notify you if the
door, window, motion, pressure sensor are activated. I hope this help you.
I have the same keyboard and it does not have a caps lock lamp.
The only way of knowing if the caps lock is on is to type something in a text window although some websites will tell you if your caps lock is on as this can cause errors when entering passwords etc.
I try to find something, and I am glad if can help with this. I think that is key for shut down, right on top. Try this document in PDF format. http://www.logitech.com/repository/1408/pdf/13049.1.0.pdf
Does it happen with everything you type or just in particular programs? If it happens in Microsoft word 2003 highlight the area where the all caps is happening then go to Format, Font. Under the Font tab there is a section called Effects, in this section there is an All caps option, uncheck it.
If it types all caps everywhere there could be a short in your keyboard. You can solve this by taking your keyboard apart using a multimeter to find the short and reconnecting with solder or electrical tape. Getting a new keyboard or talking to tech support can also help.
One beep is good. How many beeps is important. Beep codes are listed by BIOS manufacturer. Also in the basic setup deselect ECC if the RAM is not ECC (Error checking mostly used by server environments -private users rarely care). Remove and reseat RAM one at a time making sure that you have the correct RAM -Kingston is good but make right and wrong RAM for your computer). If there is no display then you must try to enter setup. Again -the beep codes are important. At the keyboard press Caps Lock and see if the corresponding light goes on at keyboard. If it does go on then look at monitor to see if the status light is yellow or green. Yellow means no signal from mobo. If the keyboard has no lights then there is no POST from motherboard (mobo). If there is more than one beep them there is RAM defect or video defect. Repost with results if you need more help.
The beeps that you are hearing are messages created by the POST (Power On Self Test) to indicate that something is wrong. If you know your motherboard type it is possible to find the documentation explaining what 3 beeps mean.
Because we don't know the motherboard type (At least for now) let's use the common sense. Did you verify that the power supply is properly connected to the drive? Can you confirm that removing the second Hard drive it boot again ok? In some type of BIOS 3 beeps means memory problem. By accident did you touch the memory? Are all the ribbon cables well plugged in?