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It has a battery , replace it.or you pushed the num lock key.or the keyboard is bad.
does not working mean
key dead, or use wrong key letter actions.
eg, del does not delete, it makes a DOT,
if yes, that is normal.
no PC stated
no OS stated.
so in generic form we can add
wrong driver loaded to that wrong OS.
next time post what PC you have, of 1000s made.
1982 to now on Laptop alone.
Posted on May 14, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Number Pad not working
I would try re-seating the keyboard cable
notice 2 screws at top holding the keyboard.
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
i had the same problem, i checked the batteries with a DMM and the measured 1.4v i replaced the batteries with new and i still had the same problem. anyway i ended up taking the keyboard apart and found where the antenna is connected to a push on type connector alongside the pcb board inside the keyboard, the connection was slightly corroded. i cleaned it up and it is working fine know, even with the old batteries.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
This sounds alot like a virus i once had!
try a system restore to the point before these problems occured. if that doesnt work run a full virus scan. If that doesnt fix the problem you may have to wipe the hard drive completly.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
I had a user with the same problem using a Microsoft wireless keyboard and mouse. This is a similar setup to most Logitech wireless desktop kits, there is one wireless receiver for both devices and it has a USB connector as well as a normally unused PS/2 (it comes with an adapter for the USB so you can use this on an old computer without USB). The user went on a trip and another "helpful" user that was in his office noticed the wireless receiver's PS/2 cable unplugged and decided to plug it in for him. I'm actually amazed that it worked as well as it did but Windows didn't recognize the keyboard correctly (103 key keyboard?). All I did to solve this problem was to unplug the PS/2 conector and load the correct software for the keyboard. I also put tape and a note on the unneeded connector to prevent this from happening again.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
You are using a universal keypad and usually the 0 button is "enter" look up directions for the brand keypad you are using
Posted on Jun 16, 2010
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