how do i restore my keys on my laptop

November 7, 2014 at 22:13:17
Specs: Windows 7
im having to use an onscrean keyboard and its driving me crazy my keys on my laptop are all mixed up for example this is what happens when i type hello how are you / "he336 h6w are y64" numbers come up instead of letters.

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#1
November 7, 2014 at 23:03:30
You have NumLock enabled. Look for a key labelled "NumLock" and press it.

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November 11, 2014 at 19:32:29
Have you tried the Windows 7 Repair Disc ? Start -- Control Panel -- Open the Icon -- Backup and Restore -- Create a Repair Disc -- follow directions. It says DVD but CD are OK. It can be made on any computer. ----------- Set your computer to boot to CD/DVD. When you press the power button on have your finger over the pause-break key and press it when the screen comes up showing what keys to press for Boot -- Bios -- Diagnostic -- Setup. By pressing the pause-break key this gives you time to read. For my HP I use the ESC key for boot menu. After using the pause -- break key you will have to restart. ------- You should now know what key to press to start the Boot Menu. You only have a few seconds to press the correct key to open the Boot Menu. Using the arrow key sellect --
CDDVD -- Open your Tray for the Repair Disc and close. Press ENTER KEY and wait. -- When the Repair starts up don't bother with Driver part. The Repair Disc will probably fix what your computer needs. Just follow directions. Fairly easy. -------------------------- I believe the Repair Disc works on all Windows Systems.

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November 11, 2014 at 20:53:17
cboy wrote:

> When you press the power button on have your finger over the
> pause-break key and press it when the screen comes up showing ...
> By pressing the pause-break key this gives you time to read.

Whoa! I wish I knew that a decade or two ago!

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis


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