I have a dc5000sff HP PC and the vowels, the letter S and the numbers 0, 1, and 5 don't work. I tried the numbers on the 10 key pad ont he right as well as the keys above the letters and these numbers don't work in either place. I first thought it was the keyboard I was using so I hooked up another one I have that works with other PCs but I still cannot type A, E, I, O, U, S, 0, 1 or 5. We're rebooted but aren't very computer savvy. What can we do?
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Diphthong (, literally "two sounds" or "two tones"), also known as a gliding vowel, refers to two adjacent vowel sounds occurring within the same syllable. Technically, a diphthong is a vowel with two different targets: That is, the tongue moves during the pronunciation of the vowel. In most dialects of English, the words eye, hay, boy, low, and cow contain diphthongs.
The CMOS battery that your machine uses is a standard battery similar to the one in most standard CASIO digital wrist-watches.You can get it from any electronics outlet near you, just tell them that you need a CMOS battery.
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usually if the computer do not have a num lock neat the numbers in the left corner ..I mean if you only have numbers on top of the letters this means that the numbers are always on ...and if you need to change to the upper symbols use the shift key above the ctrl and Fn key ...If you do not have the numbers always on under the letters it means that you used the fn key and changed the functions of the keys or some kinda odd virus did that and in this case a reinstall will fix it ..but I dont this this is the case... If you have Numbers in the right side like a full size keyboard..than the num LK will be on top of them if you only have numbers on top of the letters than the numbers are always on and the shift will change to the symbols
try re-entering the code.
If it has a O (letter O) try using a 0 (zero) or maybe and I (eye) for a 1 (one)
Also look closly to see if it may be a Q or an O or a lot of times the way print coums out a B looks like an 8 and vice versa
A lot of times the key codes come out wrong for a mistaken letter or number.