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Ms keyboard 4000

I just got a new ms 4000 keyboard
The caps lock and other keys dont have amonitor light

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With the new keyboards they don't use lights to indicate what is on or off. While pressing the Caps Lock key , look at the right lower side of your monitor and it will show Caps Lock ON or Caps Lock OFF. Just have to get use to looking at the monitor. Bud

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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