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Numbers don't respond

The letters are on the monitor but the numbers don't appear

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If you are trying to use the numbers in the numpad, Then make sure the Numlock is on. Even after this if the numbers are not appearing then, Install the key board driver given in the CD or through the company web site. Even after that if the key board is not functioning then, you may need to take the key board to a technician. May be a possible crack in the keyboards circuit board.

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Next click Bluetooth Devices.
Click Add button, lower left corner of the Bluetooth Devices window.
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