Re: The keyboard characters does not correspond to what...
Does it type " by any chance when you press the @ key? if so this is
usually because keyboard input is set to the wrong language in the
regional & language settings are wrong in the control panel. try
pressing the left alt key & shift at same time first this is a
quick key to change between input languages.
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you should have numbers on the keyboard which you can access using the Fn button... you can also use these without the FN button by htting the NumLock button, then use as normal keypad....
other that that try using the Alt button and the Fn with the corresponding digits.So hold down Alt, FN and tap the corresponding digits/letters on the keyboard.
If you need to use a numpad a lot, then can purchase a USB numpad - often included with USB kits from gadget shops.
Yes. Just go into your control panel and find "clock, language and region" area.
You can customize your keyboard for a specific language or format by changing the keyboard layout. The layout controls which characters appear on the screen when you press the keys on your keyboard. Some input languages have several keyboard layouts; others have only one. For example, you can change your keyboard layout from the English QWERTY format to the English Dvorak format. After you change the layout, the characters on your screen might not correspond to the characters on your keyboard keys.
Before you can change the keyboard layout, you must add the input language and keyboard layout that you want to use to Windows.
go to control panel... click clock,language and region... then go to keyboard and language tab... click change keyboards..... on the general tab... look for english(united states) US on the add/remove keyboard list.. then press apply then press ok... now the last step is restart ur netbook... gudluck! i hope it helps u...
here what you need to do, disable your keyboard/touchpad because its grounded and soon will not usable anymore... due to this problem, you can use USB keyboard but if you can find the same replacement on it... buy it. Good luck!
Most likely you have the wrong regional settings on your keyboard. (The following tutorial is for Windows XP, I am not familiar with Vista, but this should give you a rough guide.) Go to control panel > Regional and Language options > languages tab > Details... and add or remove the keyboard layout that you need.
Insert: You press this key to toggle either overwrite mode or insert mode when you are typing documents. In overwrite mode, the characters will be replaced where your cursor is in the middle of a sentence and in insert mode, the characters will be added. PRT SC: Short for print screen. You press this and the computer will take a snapshot of your computer's screen and copy it to the clipboard. Then you can open up paint or word and press CTRL-V to paste that snapshot of your screen as a picture in your document. HOME: Takes your cursor to the very beginning of a document in a word processor. SCROLL: Toggles the scroll function in a document. PG UP: Moves the document you are looking at up a page. PAUSE: Will pause a list being sent to your screen from the command window. DELETE: Will delete whatever you have highlighted on your screen SYS RQ: Check your notebook's information for this. END: Will take your cursor to the end of the current line, paragraph, or document. NUM LK: will turn on the numberlock function, allowing you to use the right side ofyour keyboard like a numberpad.