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how do you get the num lock to be on when you start your computer
if went into bios and checked it to always be on
can anybody help me????
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If it's checked in BIOS then it will be on when the computer starts, I have seen a XP machine turn the num lock back off after the post thou. Anyways enjoy :D
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I think NT and Win2K come up with it off, no matter what is in the bios for the login. It drives me nuts too. I've just been too lazy to go look for a registery hack for it. Hopefully someone here has already done the homework, because I've just been living with it.

Along those lines, is there a hack for my girlfriend, too? When she gets on my computer she always turns numlock off, and I get back on and go to do my 10-key thing on the numbers pad and get royaly T'd off.
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before i reintalled windows xp it worked with it always on even on startup so i can't figure anything out
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ATNO/TW wrote:
I think NT and Win2K come up with it off, no matter what is in the bios for the login. It drives me nuts too. I've just been too lazy to go look for a registery hack for it. Hopefully someone here has already done the homework, because I've just been living with it.

Along those lines, is there a hack for my girlfriend, too? When she gets on my computer she always turns numlock off, and I get back on and go to do my 10-key thing on the numbers pad and get royaly T'd off.


i bet theres a program that can only allow someone to turn that stuff off and only a password can change
that would be cool

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