You can also have the system turn off when you close the lid. This puts the letters back to lower case. It took me more than a week to locate the ''num lk'' button on the asus note book. It does the opposite of what it is supposed to do. The thread referenced above is mine.
I thought it was a cool word and may be it's even going to prove to be appropriate and even useful. Create a new discussion If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. Or it is two keys to the left of the delete key. When you finish with your number entry, you can turn off the function. Officially, errata is a post-facto list of errors or omissions and their corrections to a publication prior to shipping. Maliha has linked to my experience with the same issue.
I'll keep you posted on the result. . On the Dell D600 keyboard a key's alternate function is labeled in blue italic font. Once you have done that you can do any of the other drivers in whatever order you choose. When he turns on his caps lock, the indicator lights up and the same indicator appears on the screen and then stays present until the caps lock is turned off. As far as clicking on things and it still does that, this leads me to beleive one of your keys is stuck and preventing you from clicking things p.
My recommendation would be to pop out the numlock key. Worked like charm for my T410 running Windows 7 64-bit!!! The Num Lock is represented by the nlk button. Windows 7 has a different style. The following steps helped me to fix the problem on my computer. Don't unclip any cables, you won't need it. Remember that Chipset may not always have drivers if not just start updating your drivers.
My netbook was fully functional except for the Numlock. Hello Jakub-pl I would encourage you to post which operating system you are using. When I hit fn + num lock it shuts the computer down. If the num lock is off thry running a keyboard test. Also be sure to mark my post as if you feel my post solved your issue, it will help others who face the same challenge find the same solution. Be sure to select a vent that is not heavily traveled so that no-one accidentally steps on it. It's black with a white A in it, and it's fairly large, given how small my screen is! This persists even after you log off and on again.
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. The function turns your laptop's keypad into a 10-key number pad similar to that of a calculator. If they're still not working try testing out all of the other characters on the k. What can we do to change the indicator so that it only appears on-screen for 3 seconds? In same area it lets me tell it what to do when I hit the 'sleep button'. Do all laptops have them.
After you've folded the wide cable without it touching any metal, put the keyboard part back onto the other one. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. If it does, then it could be the keys themselves that are the issue. Which Windows operating system am I running? Any suggestions would be appreciated, Thanks! I, too, am experiencing the same issue. The most annoying one is the Caps Lock icon.
Repositioning the screen makes the computer cut out. I Googled InitialKeyboardIndicators and found a community response from dated Feb 28, 2010. I have this on the T410 and the W510. Want to thank all that respondes. Warning: Be very careful when changing your registry, because an incorrect change might affect other features on your computer.
You can see in the picture below that the num lock is highlighted. Col Hi, I'm having this same issue on a number of Dell 620 machines. If you ever need to restore your registry settings, you can double-click this. My laptop is a 1998 version I think since it apparently came with Wnds 98 on it originally. Pressing the Num Lock key turns them off but after a few key presses it turns back on. One of my clients has a T410 with Windows 7 64-bit installed.