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First, make sure it is plugged in. If it is a USB type, try the other USB ports on the computer to see if one or more ports have failed.
Still no luck? Try differen USB ports each time you boot up. During the boot, enter the computer's BIOS or Set Up area (usually pressing DEL, F1 or some other key). Check for setting regarding keyboard and keyboard type. Make sure they are enabled. If nothing works, the keyboard may be broken - not disabled. Try with another keyboard instead.
You need to enable it at the Bios. Reboot the computer and press the button that will lead you to the BIOS menu of the motherboard. Go to System configuration and go to actions keys mode. Press enter then select "ENABLED". Save settings before you exit then test the issue.
The number lock feature is enabled. You should see an indicator for the Num Lock (lit when on) that is next to the Caps Lock indicator.
You should be able to disable the lock by pressing Fn and Num Lock together on the keyboard. (On some Sony Vaio keyboards, type CTRL+ALT+NumLock or Shift+NumLock.) The number lock should be at the top of the keyboard near the F1-F12 keys. Sometimes the key is shared with the Scroll Lock function (otherwise it will be nearby). It's really easy for the Number lock to be enabled on some Sony keyboards; just some dirt between the keys can enable it when you didn't turn it on intentionally.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (I don't have the VGP-WKB1 wireless Sony keyboard and can't find a good picture of it to find the Num Lock key for this model.)
try to press Fn Nmlk key on the keyboard,thats how you disabled/enabled numlock,if nothing happens,theres a possiblity that the problem is with the keyboard itself...contact manufacturer to have the keyboard replaced...
Hi, i have had the same problems. My solution was to install the Microsoft software / driver from their homepage. When you press then the F-Lock key a small message came up enable / disable. greetings from germany