Unlock Keyboard on Laptop
1. Check your keyboard to mean any light on Num Lock, Caps Lock and Scroll Lock. Many times people turn these functions inadvertently.
2. Turn off the function by pressing the appropriate key on your keyboard until the light goes off. Sometimes, you must press the Fn (function) key while apretas the button to activate and deactivate. This varies from computer to computer.
3. Test your keyboard and see if it works.
Accessibility Options1. Click the Start button on the taskbar on the desktop.
2. Open the Control Panel then click Accessibility Options. If you are running a newer operating system such as Windows Vista or Windows 7, open the settings menu accessibility.
3. Select the option to adjust the keyboard settings.
4. Check that the special keys, filter keys and activation keys are disabled (uncheck the box next to each option). These functions alter the performance of the keyboard, and could cause it to slow or appears locked.
5. Apply the changes and click "OK". Test and see if your keyboard works.
Removing the battery
1. Salt and close all programs on your laptop. If the keyboard of your notebook is completely disabled, use the mouse or touch pad to complete the task.
2. Turn off your laptop (Start, then press the Shut Down option).
3. Wait for your computer to shut down and seal. Unplug the AC adapter port adapter, and turn the computer so you can see the battery.
4. Open and remove the battery from the computer.
5. Wait a minute or two, and then reinstall the battery by placing it back in the tray according to the instructions in the manual. Reconnect the AC adapter and press the power button on your laptop.
Tips & Warnings
- Removing the battery and keyboard functions vary from computer to computer. Search the user manual for more detailed specific information about your PC.
- Never disconnect the battery and the AC adapter from your laptop while the unit is running. This could damage the computer.