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My laptop keyboard numbers do not work

Some of the numbers that i type give a weird symbol sign others do nothing.Cannot type the @ symbol either. Brand new, nothings been spilled on etc.... PLEASE HELP !!!!!

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  • amandakids3 Dec 17, 2008

    There is a key with the letters fn in blue next to the ctrl i held that and the number lock key, still the same problem. If i type the #4 i get an o with a ^ above it. Can you help ?

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Hi Amanda,


You have a key, next to the ctrl key at the bottom left, in a different color (maybe blue).
Press and hold that, as you press the respective key at the top (also blue), regarding ->num lk <-
If this isn’t sufficient, ->comment back<-, and well have another look at it.
Regards
/Teis

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