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Solved: Num Lock

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by EvdB, Jan 17, 2006.

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  1. EvdB

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    i have a small problem with my Num Lock, which switches off when i change to another user account.
    in windows xp pro, i've created 2 user accounts: 1 master (administrator privileges) and 1 sub account (with restricted/limited privileges).
    the problem is, when i switch to the sub account, suddenly also my Num Lock switches off. has anyone an idea how to solve this?

    Erwin, Belgium.
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  3. EvdB

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    Thanks for your reply, but unfortunately it didn't work :( .
    also the registry setting were already set to "2" (on) :confused: .
    Erwin
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    Did that work for you?
     
  6. EvdB

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    Thanks Triple6,
    this seems to be working.
    problem solved.:)
    have a nice (y) weekend.

    Erwin, Belgium.
     
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