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I can't find the num lock and when my keyboard is locked i don't know what to do without having to shutdown my computer and restart it.
On the keyboard is a symbol called Fn inthe lower left corner usualy. u need 2 press and hold Fn+NumLock button(usually upper right side of keyboard.)this buttons have other colors...Fn activates the functions whit those colors!if problem doesn't solves, write exact model of laptop
Posted on Oct 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry but you found what is NORMAL for laptops. this is not a bug, error, fault, etc.
It does exactly what it is supposed to do even though it may have a proper number pad too. leave num lock off
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
One of your Function keys (F11, F12, etc., usually F11) will also have the NumLock function on them. So when you hold Fn and press F11, it will toggle the Number Lock. Try holding Fn and press F11, this should turn it off (and back on should you ever want to use it again). Your keyboard should be labeled with the various functions keys have when Fn is pressed, you may have to look for the one that reads NumLk.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
TO SHUT OFF the green keys, you need to disable the multiligual or French keyboard layouts. For Windows 7:
Click CONTROL PANEL
click CLOCK, LANGUAGE, AND REGION
under REGION AND LANGUAGE
click CHANGE KEYBOARDS... etc.
click KEYBOARDS AND LANGUAGES
click CHANGE KEYBOARDS
.......for example, by clicking on a keyboard name (ie. US or and UNITED KINGDOM for example) and then clicking PROPERTIES to the rtight, you can see the actual key layout.......
On the list of installed languages, click anything multiligual or French, and then click REMOVE found on the right-hand column
Then you've removed the French.
Otherwise you have to click the LEFT ALT key and then the LEFT SHIFT key to swich back and forth between the green keys and the white keys.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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