5 Replies Latest reply on Nov 3, 2014 11:03 PM by Gabe Garsombke

    Num Lock on at startup.

    Gabe Garsombke

      If any of you guys use the Msoe + ID # + mm/dd/yy for your pasword you may have found it annoying to click the num lock button upon every start up. Well there is a simple fix to this. Start the Registry Editor by going to Start, Run, typing in regedit and clicking Ok. Browse to the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Keyboard. Double click the InitialKeyboardIndicators value on the right to open it. Then make sure the IntitialKeyboardIndicators is set to 2. Then you are going to have to go to HKEY_USERS \ .DEFUALT \ Control Panel \ Keyboard. Double click the InitialKeyboardIndicators value on the right to open it and again make sure it is set to 2. Exit out of regedit and restart your computer the num lock should be on. Hope this helps someone.