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Hi, just got my NC10,my first netbook.Everything going well until I pressed a wrong key (or possibly two) and now when I go to type using a key with the Blue numbers on I get the Blue number,not the letter I want. Eg. O comes up as 6,L comes up as 3. I realise this is probably a very silly thing i’ve done but I can’t find anything in the manual to help especially as I can’t type in the search box. I think I have enabled a Hotkey setting (possibly?).
Can anyone help?
hold down FN and press F11
FN + F11. Disables/enables the number lock.
Also, in case the same issue comes back after you restart the NC10, check in the BIOS when starting up that numlock status is set to OFF on startup.
Hey, Thanks a lot guys.
hehe you’re not the first to come across that problem!
hahaha this is a funny mistake.
sorted now though.
I did this when i first turned on my NC10 .. haveworked in IT for 22 years and still panicked thinking id got a dodgy keyboard lol ! …
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