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My uiop don't work unles i press the fn key , my numlock isn't on, nothing is and when i pres the uiop keys withouth the fn key there is nothing

Uiop not responding , only with fn key

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check your drivers.reeboot your pc in safe mode and cjeck nd if it is still not working re-install the drivers

Posted on Feb 12, 2008

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I cant remember this one, can you copy me the original post so i can go over what i tried before.

It could be a resolution problems if the HDTV is too big or you may need to adkust you graphics hardware excelerater.

Your just trying to get your display to mirror to the HDTV right? Are you getting any display at all on the HDTV fromt eh laptop?

Sorry, i do alot of these and i cant remember what your original post was.

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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SOURCE: Fn key problem with Gateway notebook

Hey there, this is an easy fix, just press the num lock key:) let me know if for some reason that doesn't work
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Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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SOURCE: It seems like fn key stuck because everything,

Try holding fn key and hitting scroll lock or num lock to see if that does it. sounds like you have somehow locked your fn key on.

Posted on Dec 14, 2009

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why need to press numlock when it has already a numeric numbers above? when pressing numlock on a laptop it will turn the letters to number because you lock the it. now to go back on the letters you have to press again the numlock key.

Posted on Apr 08, 2010

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Jumbled keyboard numbers


Are you typing on your laptop and notice the text has become illegible? What should be letters, have become numbers or symbols. This odd behavior can probably be explained be peering a little closer at your keyboard. Those little numbers on the keys. These numbers and symbols normally become active when you hold down the function key, usually labeled as the "FN" key. The "FN" key is similar to the Shift key, activating a second function assigned to a key. It can become active seemingly on it's own because a key is locked in the on position.

Before performing numerous key combinations, try the simple thing of lightly tapping the "FN" or "Num Lock" 5 to 6 times. There may be a small particle of something logged under the key that you can loosen, move, or crush down. Do not bang the keys, just press normally. Next focus on the "Numlock" key which usually located with the "Print Screen" and "Pause" key on the top right of your keyboard. Press the "Numlock" key, then press a scrambled key to see if it's normal. Older model laptops may require you hold down at the same time, the "Ctrl-Shift-Numlock" keys. Newer models may require holding down the "Shift" key and pressing the "Numlock" key. Turn off the Function key with the following combinations. Hold down the "FN" key and hit the "Numlock", Hold down the "FN" key and hit the "Scroll" key and Hold down at the same time "Fn+F12+Num Lock"

Feb 08, 2013 | Lenovo Computers & Internet

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Keyboard numbers are jumbled


Are you typing on your laptop and notice the text has become illegible? What should be letters, have become numbers or symbols. This odd behavior can probably be explained be peering a little closer at your keyboard. Those little numbers on the keys. These numbers and symbols normally become active when you hold down the function key, usually labeled as the "FN" key. The "FN" key is similar to the Shift key, activating a second function assigned to a key. It can become active seemingly on it's own because a key is locked in the on position.

Before performing numerous key combinations, try the simple thing of lightly tapping the "FN" or "Num Lock" 5 to 6 times. There may be a small particle of something logged under the key that you can loosen, move, or crush down. Do not bang the keys, just press normally. Next focus on the "Numlock" key which usually located with the "Print Screen" and "Pause" key on the top right of your keyboard. Press the "Numlock" key, then press a scrambled key to see if it's normal. Older model laptops may require you hold down at the same time, the "Ctrl-Shift-Numlock" keys. Newer models may require holding down the "Shift" key and pressing the "Numlock" key. Turn off the Function key with the following combinations. Hold down the "FN" key and hit the "Numlock", Hold down the "FN" key and hit the "Scroll" key and Hold down at the same time "Fn+F12+Num Lock"

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Where is num lock key on Dell 5030


If there is no NumLock key then pressing the Fn (Function) buttonshould enable the number pad on the keys that have the Blue numbers onthem. On most laptops (dont know your model) there is a numlock key asthis allows the user to type numbers with two hands and not keep oneholding the Fn button. You would normally press the Fn button and theNumLock option to switch it on and every time you pressed the keys withthe numbers on it would use the number not the letter, pressing the Fnkey with NumLock on would normally allow the letter to be used withouthaveing to disable the NumLock.
This assumes of course that the normal letters are stamped with thenumbers on, if not it is most unusual, I don't think I hav eseen alaptop keyboard without numbers or the NumLock / Fn options. There areUSB number pads available that you can buy, these simply plug in to anavailable USB port and it is like an extension of your keyboard.

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Some key of my keyboard doesnt work and others one arent in correct place eg:when i press m it types 0


Turn off Number Lock

Press FN key which is blue and then pres the button where numlock is also written in blue
It will disable num-lock
Most people turn on num lock when using external keyboard but useless on a normal laptop

Aug 17, 2010 | Acer Aspire 5580 Notebook

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Numlock problem in HP DV9000


why need to press numlock when it has already a numeric numbers above? when pressing numlock on a laptop it will turn the letters to number because you lock the it. now to go back on the letters you have to press again the numlock key.

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Can you tell me how to switch my laptop keyboard


Hold function (Fn) key down and press the key on the top row that has a sign (picture) showing a padlock insde a square. (Num lock key) Normally "scroll" key

Apr 02, 2010 | Gateway 2520915 Keyboard

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Boots up with function key locked. Can't type normally.


It sounds like your NumLock key is on. Try pressing the FN key and the NumLock keys at the same time. This should straighten things out.

Aug 17, 2009 | Compaq Presario X1000 Notebook

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Typing uiopjklm and numbers appear instead of letters


numlock seems to be the answer
press once on the numlock key to release

advice from another site
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Aug 03, 2009 | Compaq Presario Notebook

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I have an Asus X59GL Series laptop... one of my friends just hit some command and now my keyboard is ****up! i have to hit the Fn key to type the letters uiopjklm;0... any help?


You have enabled NUMLOCK
Look for some text marked NUMLOCK in a colour similar to the fn key and hold fn then pres numlock.  SHould be fine after that.

Feb 24, 2009 | ASUS 90-A4C1K1000 Keyboard

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