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Prodesk 600 G2 desktop mini
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I want when the pc starts that the NumLock-key is on. I can't find in the BIOS the setting for this. The Prodesk 600 G1 desktop mini has this option in the BIOS. But the G2 has a new BIOS-layout. I can't find it.

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Hello Matijs

There is no BIOS setting item for NumLock state on at boot in G2 series.

You can change the NumLock state by modifying registry key if you would like to use NumLock on OS login screen.

Please see the below URL for details.

Read more at: http://www.tomcomknowshow.com/how-to-turn-num-lock-on-by-default-in-windows-7--8.html
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I'm having the same problem. Why would they remove this? We enable BitLocker drive encryption on our machines and now that there's no NumLock on at Boot settng our users are constantly trying to enter their PIN using the numpad, which isn't working, and they're pressing enter and getting bad password. The Windows setting is irrelevant here. If HP cares about enterprise they should get this feature back into the BIOS.

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Agreed, I want this back in the BIOS also.

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