The "function" key is on all the tme. Example: the number "2" (for keypad) is on the "K" key. So when I press "K", it comes out "2". To get a "k" I have to hold down the "Fn" key. So the function key works - but in reverse now (so the "Fn" key is not stuck down). Than2 y64 (Thank you) Steve
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There is no numlock key. The reason for that is because there is not a dedicated number pad like on most desktop keyboards. the numlock key specifies using the numbers on the pad, or the arrows and alternate functions of the keypad.
Find 'fn' key (this is short for function) then find 'num lock' key in your case it must be another key with and extra label with the same font color as 'fn', this means this key behaves differently when pressed with 'fn'. When you have located both key press fn+num lock a led indicating that numeric lock is activated should go off and you're done.
Is it giving you numbers and symbols?
Press and hold the function key fn while pressing the num lock key num lk .
This will deactivate the integrated keyboard/numeric keypad, and the keys will respond normally.
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