Go to Start/Run, and type DEVMGMT.MSC , highlight the Keyboard device,
Action menu, "Uninstall", (do Not put a check in 'delete driver") then
Action menu,"scan for hardware changes", to find the device drivers again
i went to the start menu but i don't see a run command for vista program.
where should i find this at?
"Mark L. Ferguson" wrote:
> Go to Start/Run, and type DEVMGMT.MSC , highlight the Keyboard device,
> Action menu, "Uninstall", (do Not put a check in 'delete driver") then
> Action menu,"scan for hardware changes", to find the device drivers again
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> Mark L. Ferguson
> "myhershey35" <myhershey35@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > When i am typing i have to press the fn key to get the letters to appear.
> > how
> > do i change the keyboard back to normal?
Sounds like you've got the NumLock mode turned on and your BIOS setup is
configured to use the embedded numeric keypad that overlays part of the
normal keyboard on most laptop computers.
If this is the case, you should be able to get immediate relief by turning
If that doesn't work, go into BIOS setup and look for keyboard options (just
where, and under exactly what name, depends on the computer make and model,
and sometimes BIOS version). There's probably an option that controls the
use of the embedded numeric keypad; turn the option off. The BIOS on must
Dells, for example, gives you a choice between "use numeric keypad only with
Fn is pressed" (which is what you want) and "use numeric keypad whenever
NumLock is set" (which I'm suggesting may be your situation).