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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Keyboard Reset?
try To download the latest drivers for the keyboard that you are using, visit the following Microsoft hardware Web site:
If the issue occurs again, connect the keyboard to a different computer. If the keyboard functions correctly on a different computer, the port to which the keyboard was connected on the original computer may be damaged. If this is the case, contact your computer manufacturer to inquire about how to repair or replace the damaged port.
If the keyboard does not function correctly on another computer, the keyboard may be defective. If this is the case, and the warranty on the keyboard is still valid, you can exchange the defective keyboard for a new keyboard.
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Posted on Oct 04, 2008
To unlock number lock (numlk):
Depend on comp, but try pressing (at same time)
fn + f11
fn + Scroll/numlk (next to f12)
f12 + Scroll
f12 + Scroll + fn
ctrl + Shift + Scroll
or in BIOS there is a numlk option
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
SOURCE: locked keyboard buttons
If the wrong characters appear when you are typing or you are trying to use a keyboard that is different than the one that came with the computer, use the following steps to synchronize Windows to the type of keyboard you have:
A Text Services and Input Languages window opens.
Figure 3: Change Keyboard button
Figure 4: Add button
Figure 5: Add input language: US Dvorak keyboard selected.
The new keyboard is added to the list of available keyboards and a keyboard icon appears on the system tray, allowing you to switch between the keyboard that you want to use with the mouse.
Figure 6: Keyboard tray icon
Figure 7: Move up button
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
Your "Num Lock" is on.
Look for the num lock key (it's similar to the "caps lock" key in function)
If the "num lock" is blue, you may have to hold a blue "fn" key when you press num lock
There's is probably a light at the top of the keyboard that'll tell you when num lock is on.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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