My 2 year old popped out the left Ctrl and the FN keys with the white plastic piece behind each key taken out too. I can not get them back in. Also am I able to glue the little black rubber piece behind the Ctrl key since he ripped that off too.
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As with most laptops there is no number lock key. you dont have the number pad like most desktop keyboards. you have a (fn) key this works for all the keys that have a square around them it may be blue/white/purple, and is located on the bottom left should be the second key on the bottom left row right next to the ctrl key. but once again there is no number lock key.
It seems that your Num key is active.So when you press any character then No are display .
To resolve this just keep on pressing the Fn key which normally left hand side of ctrl key ,Hold that key and then press the Num lock which normally togle with Delete key .
Solution :- Keep pressing Fn key + press Delete Key .Problem will solve
Look at the back of your acer you will be having a blue monitor port or a white,the same should be there at the back of your monitor as well,now one get the cable for the port that your monitor and acer has common.A blue or a white once you connect the monitor and the Acer press this key combination
Fn+F6 .Fn key is the one betwen on the ctrl key and the window key on the keyboard on the left bottom of the keyboard.
The display is wired...it is flat, thin and flexible. There may now be a break point in the conductor...fixed by replacing same.
Alternative solution is to use external monitor. I'm almost certain your laptop has this capability...look on rear panel for a D-sub 3-row VGA connector. Plug in a VGA monitor and enable through keyboard Fn-(combination key)...look at key symbols for one that looks like a monitor.