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Lock numbers on keyboard

Under the letters of uio are the numbers of 456 , jkl have 123 , on this keyboard and we cannot figure how to turn them off from numbers back to letters. can you help with this.

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Here is your users guide maybe that can help.
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You may have hit a certain combination of keys on your Gateway laptop and turned on the NumLock function accidentally. The result is that the rectangle of keys from the 7 key down to the question mark key have become a number-entry keypad. Worse, Gateway manuals don't discuss this function.

Hold down the "Fn" key on the bottom row of the keyboard, and press the "NumLk" key. Type the letters UIO. If they come out as numbers, move on to the next step. Hold down the "Fn" key and press the "F11" key. Type the letters UIO. If they come out as numbers, move on to the next step. Hold down the "Fn" key and press the F11 key and "Scroll Lk" key simultaneously. Type the letters UIO. If they come out as numbers, move on to the next step. Hold down the "Fn" key and press the "F9" key. Type the letters UIO. If they come out as numbers, move on to the next step. Hold down the "Fn" key and press the "Scroll Lk" key. Type the letters UIO. They should come up as letters. If none of these help, then it's probably a keyboard malfunction and you'll need to get it repaired.

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HOW Do I Get rid of numbers under the letters on the rt side of the keyboard j,k,l. etc


Try pressing the ScrLk/NumLk key that is above the F11 key.
This will turn off the Number lock.

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When typing along the keyboard qwertyuiop, the keys that have numbers will type numbers instead of letters,uio will type 456. If you hold the FN key in it will then type type letters, how do I correct this...


This means that NUM LOCK is set to on. All you have to do is to press the Fn key and then locate the NumLock key and press it. The num lock is usually also highlighted with the same color as the Fn key.

Please comment back if you still have issues. I will be glad to assist you further.

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My keyboard alphabets UIO prompting me 456


That's because the NumLock is on. Press Fn+NmLk to turn off NumLock.

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This is not because Fn key its Num Lock key that changes jkl to 123. Just turn Num Lock button off.

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Sounds like your Nom Lock button is on! It turns 7890 uio jkl m,. to numpad. You can just switch it off with num lock button top right on keyboard.

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Am using compaq nc6000, when i wants type number ( 1,2,3..) using function its not coming numbers, like jkl is coming instead of 123


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Keyboard


The Numeral Lock mode is turned on by pressing the key named "NUM LOCK" which is usually located on the top of the number keypad (on far right side of keyboard).

However, laptop keyboards are different. Most laptops do not have a separate numeral keypad set. Those laptops usually use a blue (or other color-coded) "Fn" key, on the bottom left. You must press that Fn key at the same time as the "Num Lock" key of same colr. Then a light comes on to indicate the mode change, and some alpha-numeric keys on the keyboard now become your numeral keypad. On mine, it is 789, UIO (456), JKL (123) and M (which is zero).

If this is too confusing, you can plug in a cheap full size desktop keyboard, using the USB or PS2 port on your laptop. That is what I prefer, because the funky integrated dual-key deal interferes with all the touch-typing I learned 37 years ago.

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