Question about Samsung NC10-14GW Notebook
I have a small notebook laptop with no 10 key pad. The numbers are on my keyboard as well as the top row as usual with all laptops. Somehow my num lock got activated and now i have to press the "fn" key anytime i have to use the m or any of the keys that contain a number. Can anyone help me turn this off?
One of your Function keys (F11, F12, etc., usually F11) will also have the NumLock function on them. So when you hold Fn and press F11, it will toggle the Number Lock. Try holding Fn and press F11, this should turn it off (and back on should you ever want to use it again). Your keyboard should be labeled with the various functions keys have when Fn is pressed, you may have to look for the one that reads NumLk.
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