There is a green light on under the lock with 1 in it, next to the lock with A in it. My husband couldn't get the keyboard to work, but it seems to be working now. Something is still locked though, and I'd like to know how to unlock it. Thanks.
I'm not sure what I did that unlocked the keyboard, but I was finally able to turn off the green light. I tried rebooting and pressing all sorts of buttons, but the one that might have worked was the 'end' key.
I'm not sure how it got fixed. The number lock wouldn't go off and we couldn't type anything. I rebooted and that may have done it. At first I didn't think it did since the light was still on, but it must have worked since the keyboard was unfrozen. I'm still not sure what my husband did to it!
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try to plug the keyboard in another computer. If it is analog the lights dont come on the keyboard (caps lock, NUM lock, ect.) it is the tower if the lights do not turn on, it is the keyboard. If your keyboard is USB then try to use it on another computer if it doesnt work it is the keyboard, but if so I would make sure any software the keyboard came with is installed and try it agian.
you may try
1) if windows works normall, put a USB keybiard to your laptop, if ok, go next
2) open kayboard unplug keyboard cable clean it and plug back.
3) if the liquid pour on the keyboard should cause lost function. mostly have to dry or to change.
I looked around and could not find any explanation either....strange.
I downloaded the software and installed it and even though I don't have your hardware it worked. Here's what I know:
The blue box on my desktop had 5 icons, the number 1, the letter A, a down pointing arrow, a keyboard, and a mouse.
The 1 lights up when you have the Num Lock set on your keyboard.
The A lights up when you have Caps Lock set on your keyboard.
The downward arrow lights up when you have Scroll Lock set on your keyboard.
I do not know when the the keyboard and mouse lights will illiuminated. I am guessing that perhaps they'll turn red when your batteries are low, but that's just a guess.
Lastly, I don't get paid for this, I just like helping to solve problems. For whatever reason half the people who use this site don't rate the solutions. If you found this information helpful I hope you take a moment and vote.
I'll keep looking to see if I can find an actual manual that fully describes this software.