Question about IBM ThinkPad R51 Notebook
Cannot log on because letters are unavailable
Solution#1: Accidentally pressing Sft+Numlock key combination will activate & inactivates ten key pad. (You'll see light enabled in padlock symbol with a number in it [i.e.beside ALL CAPS symbol on your lap monitor]).
Use: "ShiftKey+NumLock" (NumbLock Key: 2nd panel from Top right on keyboard)
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
That is normally caused by the number lock being on. Look for a light that has a padlock symbol with a number in it. Then look in the upper right hand corner of the keyboard and look for a key that says num. lock. Push that button and try typing again. The keyboard should now display the characters that are on the keys
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