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Re: How to have CAPS key make a sound? HP 1Q506
I don't think it is possible to do that. I have never seen or heard of that. There should be a little light (or other color) on your keyboard top right. If there is not their are many keyboards that light up a little light so you know on the top right. Any other question please repost
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probably faulty hardware related to keyboard. you can try reinstall keyboard drivers but that probably will not solve your your problem. i advice you to take your laptop to a repair service for change that keyboard
Try this. Press: Start>Accessories>Accessibility>On Screen keyboard. Try turning it off from there. If that doesn't work:
1. Choose Start'Settings'Control Panel and double-click Regional and Language Options.
2. In the Languages tab, click the Details button.
3. In the Settings tab, you should see a button called Key Settings. It may be grayed out. If it is, click the Add button and add another keyboard layout (it doesn't matter which one). Press OK.
4. Back in the Settings tab, click to make sure your original keyboard is highlighted and press the Key Settings button.
5. Now under To turn off Caps Lock, click the radio button next to Press the Shift key. Click OK.
6. Click OK twice more to exit the other two dialog boxes.
the headphone jack has dual contacts per side in order to re-connect your speakers when you pull the head phones out....these contacts might not be contacting each other so your problem would be the head phone jack...replace the jack...of course this is assuming that your speakers are working.
well you can try going to start - my computer - properties - hardware - device manager , and checking to see if your sound driver is installed properly, or you can try re-installing the sound driver to see if everything works, or check to see if your speakers are connected on the right port, on your motherboard sound card.
Yes you can open the right side cover, but make sure take it out slowly, because some cover have Fan Connecting on the cover. it is the wire or cables that making sound it slips on the fan. so go get a rubber and tie the cables so that it will swing through the CPU Fan or board fun.... TY
Does your laptop have touchpad that acts as a mouse if you don't have a mouse plugged in (it's usually directly below the spacebar)? If any part of your hand accidentally brushes that sensitive rectangular area, it will cause the mouse cursor to jump around.
There is usually a button you can push at the top of the rectangular touchpad to turn it off while you're typing. On my HP laptop it has a blue light, and when I push the button it turns red.