Does the keys 7-0, u-p, j-;, and m-/ is working under MS-Dos command or not? If not the problem could be the carbon of you keyboard is worn-out, you have to cut the carbon of your keyboard that has connected on the motherboard, but before you cut take off the plastic of the caron atleast 1/2 inc. and cut the old carbon. Make sure that you turn off your power before you do anything. If still the same problem it means that some carbon inside of the keyboard is already worn-out, you have to replace the whole keyboard. Remember if some keys are not working this is hardware related not software nor setting.
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This is normal for a keyboard with embedded number pad, rather than a separate 10-key area. Turn off the number lock to type the alphabetical characters and use the top row of numbers to enter values. Turn on the number lock when entering only a long string of numbers.
Alternatively, connect a USB external keyboard to the notebook. Either get a large keyboard with a separate number pad or get a 10-keypad only (http://www.cyberguys.com/product-details/?productid=37379 ). Then you can have a normal keyboard and stil have the 10-key functions without toggling the NumLock often.
I am not clear on what you want to do ... you don't want to put the 1 where the 7 is ... do you?
You can set your key pad to be numbers or you can use the other features listed on the keys, To change between numbers and features, you press the "Num Lock" key which is normally just above the 7 key.
If you do want to put the 1 where the 7 in, for example, you will have to remap your keyboard. And this is entirely possible ... I am not going into that detail here ... it is beyond the scope of what happens here normally. You can find instructions for remapping from Dell or any other fine computer manufacturer. Also, if you want to pursue this, you could 'goggle' remap my keyboard' for instructions.
You have your numbers lock on, press the NumLk key and that should correct it. You will notice on you keyboard that there are small numbers on it below some of the letters, this is so you can use the keyboard has a 10 key number pad/ calculator etc. If pressing the NumLk key does not work, the key may be stuck or you have a bad keyboard
This is a simple problem, due to the size of laptops, the
manufacturers cannot fit on a normal number pad as on a standard
keyboard, so what they do is use a function key to turn a portion of the
keyboard in to the number pad.
to get rid of this you need turn the 'number lock' off this may be a
single key or a combination.
for my laptop its:
press together; the function key (normally 'Fn' bottom left) and the
number lock key (Num Lock).
hope this sorts out the problem.
one of the F keys turns certain keys on the right side to number keys, so it can act like a full size keyboard with the 10 key panel on the right.. Look carefully at the F keys to determine which one it is. Or consult the manual.
Settings for the Administrator Mode 1 Call the Utility Mode to the Display. ❍ Calling the Utility Mode to the Display (p.7-1) 2 Making sure that ?U--? appears on the Display, enter ?5? from the 10- Key Pad. 3 Press the [Start] key. Input Account Procedure (A-2) 1 Call the Administrator Mode to the Display. ❍ Settings for the Administrator Mode (p.7-16) 2 Making sure that ?Ad-? appears on the Display, enter ?1? from the 10- Key Pad. 3 Press the [Start] key. 4 Making sure that ?A--? appears on the Display, enter ?2? from the 10- Key Pad. 5 Press the [Start] key. 6 Enter the 3-digit account number from the 10-Key Pad. ? Do you know the restrictions on entering the account number? ➜ The account number must be in three digits ranging from 001 to 999. ➜ If an account number entered already exists, the entry will be rejected. Enter a different number. 7 Press the [Start] key. This stores the account number. ✎ Tip To program another account number successively, repeat steps 4 through 7. Using the Utility Mode 7 Di152/Di183 7-21 Delete Account Procedure (A-3) 1 Call the Administrator Mode to the Display. ❍ Settings for the Administrator Mode (p.7-16) 2 Making sure that ?Ad-? appears on the Display, enter ?1? from the 10- Key Pad. 3 Press the [Start] key. 4 Making sure that ?A--? appears on the Display, enter ?3? from the 10- Key Pad. 5 Press the [Start] key. 6 Press [ ] or [ ] key to select the account number to be deleted. 7 Press the [Start] key. The selected account number will be deleted. ? Do you know what to do to delete another account number? ➜ Repeat steps 4 through 7. 7 Using the Utility Mode You can go to the Konicaminolta US web site and down load a operators manual for youself