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My microsoft wireless keyboard 3000 v.2 won't turn off the cap lock.

Cap lock won't come off

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looks like a defective keyboard better return it

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SOURCE: Cap Lock Indicator missing

You could turn on "Toggle Keys" (which is a feature in Windows XP) that plays a high-pitched tone when Num Lock is turned on and a low-pitched tone when it is turned off.
(Don't worry, the sound isn't annoying or anything)

To turn on Toggle Keys:
Open "Control Panel"
Open "Accessibility Options"
On the "Keyboard" Tab put a check mark in the box labeled "Use Toggle Keys"
Click "OK"

Give it a try & see if you like it.

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Start -> Control Panel -> Regional and Language Settings

and be sure that you are using the "US English" setting.

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The MS Keyboards and Mice 700 v2 receiver has a reset Button under the word "Microsoft" press this button and then while its flashing press the connect button under the mouse! ALL Fixed

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Go to Microsoft/help/support.com and you should find a solution. Sounds like you don't have the right hardware or a bad software pack. Also make sure the computer recognizes it. Try another keyboard if you have access to one. You'll probably have to go to another computer to get instructions and print then out and maybe you can do it with a mouse if it works and another keyboard doesn't work. If you can get another keyboard to work and download the drivers for the 3000 make sure the 3000 is plugged into the computer when you download the driver for the 3000.. They do have downloads for the 3000 I just went and looked and the last keyboard I had was a 3000 and I downloaded files from Microsoft. Hope this cures your Microsoft headache; dhgill1949

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I don't have one of these keyboards, but there is usually a small led built into the caps lock key to indicate the lock is on, Push the caps lock key, and observe if any leds are changing state. If they are, it's the indicator led.
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simply when caps lock key is engaged all you type is always printed in capital letters.in num lock without you can not use numeric keys that are located on right side of your keypad.uyou can always use your numeric keys which are up to ur alphabeticl keys.
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Function key lock up


looks like a defective keyboard better return it

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