Question about Logitech Wireless Access Duo Optical Desktop Keyboard/Mouse KBWIREOPT
The numbers which are over the U,I,O,K,J,L,M stay on and I want letters not numbers. How do I convert this?
Most likely the Number Lock is on (this is a small format keyboard and the 10 key number pad is sharing space with the letters). If this is the keyboard on the EEE, try pressing FN+Num LK. See http://support.asus.com if you need to check other keyboard issues like reinstalling the ACPI driver.
If the keyboard is one you added, you still need to find the NumLock key. Check the Logitech site if the above subject area is correct. (Just in case you need to use a Function key to force the lock to go off.)
I hope this helps.
(Look for the NumLock key to the right of the function keys or near other keys like Pause/Break)
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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