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I used a usb keyboard in my laptop and since some of my keys have now changed to numbers jkluio are now 123456 . if i hold down the fn key it seems to correct it but i don't fancy holding this key down all the time. p3ease he3*
Hi, your Laptop has a integrated keypad. You or someone else might of turned this on, thankfully it is easily fixed. Just follow these steps,
1. Find and press the "Fn" key.
2. Find the F11 key there should be in blue letters "NumLk"
3. Press F11 while holding down the Fn key.
This should turn off the integrated keypad
Hope this works ~Kaleb~
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
Hi re connect the usb keyboard u used and u would discover the number lock is on. it is found above the 7 key on the right side of the keyboard. press the number lock to switch it off and remove the usb keyboard. You could go ahead and try the keyboard on your laptop it should work just fine
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