01-02-2012 06:59 PM
how do i unlock my mothers hp laptop keyboard. ive looked all over the net and the answers i get is to push fn button and an f# button at teh same time but she does not have and f# button. please help me. thank you
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01-02-2012 07:26 PM
01-02-2012 07:34 PM
well she has just informed me that she is trying a system restore and if that dont worki she said that the computer would let her log in and then when she would go to use any program such as office or theinternet that the keyboard would be magically work and that the keyboard she pulls up on her screen with her mouse would work but nothing as far as the actuall keyboard working. we are going to try the above suggestion next and if you have any more suggestions or ideas please let me know... thank you
12-10-2012 12:55 AM
Taken from ehow. It works for me. Hope this help =)))
- Click on the Control Panel.
Go into the "Accessibility" options.
Open the tab labeled "Keyboard".
Make sure none of the boxes have a check in them. If the laptop has Microsoft Vista as the operating system, go to the "Ease of Access" option and go to "Change how your keyboard works." (Mine says "make the keyboard easier to use) Make sure none of the boxes in that section are checked.
Click the "Save" button.
Exit the Control Panel and begin typing to see if the keyboard is now working.
08-02-2013 10:23 AM
When your computer boots it gets stuck on the first page and the keyboard doesn’t work, is that correct? I will be try to assist you with this issue.
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