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Mismatch typing and when pressing function key its ok but its too problem so pls how can i fix my keyboard according to typing rules, when i press 'j' it becomes 1

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  • Rajesh Maharjan
    Rajesh Maharjan May 26, 2009

    THANKS A LOT FOR YOUR SOLUTION, IT'S VERY SIMPLE, BUT UNKNOWN IT THE BIG PROBLEM ANY WAY THANKS A LOT.

    MY PROBLEM IS ABSOLUTELY SOLVED.



    THANKS AGAIN

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You need to turn off the Number Lock. Usually there is a picture of a one "1" with a light near it, it will be the same colour as both the Fn Key and the "1" on the J key. Press the Fn button and hold it down while pressing the Num Lk Key and the light will go out, then your letter will be back.

This is a feature built into your laptop allowing you to have a numeric pad on a small keyboard. Must have been turned on accidentally but is just as easy to turn off.


Chris

Posted on May 26, 2009

  • Chris
    Chris May 26, 2009

    Your welcome,



    Simple for us Geeks, sure. But ask me to bake a sufle and I'll give you a blank stare...

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