Numlock isn't on when my computer boots and it's slowing me down!
Posted by (Inactive) Lacinda Riesland, Last modified by (Inactive) Lacinda Riesland on 29 November 2011 02:22 PM
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Run the Registry Editor (REGEDIT.EXE).
- Open HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Keyboard (If the Keyboard key isn't there, add it.)
- Double-click the InitialKeyboardIndicators value on the right. (If it's not there, select New from the Edit menu, then String Value, and type InitialKeyboardIndicators for the name of the new value.)
- Change the value to any of the following:
Or, combine them by adding the corresponding values:
- 0 - all indicators off
- 1 - Caps Lock on
- 2 - Num Lock on
- 4 - Scroll Lock on
- 3 - Caps Lock and Num Lock on
- 5 - Caps Lock and Scroll Lock on
- 6 - Num Lock and Scroll Lock on
- 7 - Caps Lock, Num Lock, and Scroll Lock on
- Close the Registry Editor when you're done; the change should take effect the next time you start Windows.