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Lately, I’ve been annoyed that a few of the computers I’ve set up have had NumLock on after each and every boot. The problem lies somewhere in the installation scripts, I’m sure, but as I have no power over those scripts, all I can do, is fix the problem whenever I spot it.
- Open the “run” dialog box, enter
regedit, and click ok
- Find the following key:
- Set the value of the key in accordance with the following table
|Turn all indicators Off (NumLock, CapsLock, ScrollLock)||0|
|Turn CapsLock On||1|
|Turn NumLock On||2|
|Turn CapsLock and NumLock On||3|
|Turn ScrollLock On||4|
|Turn CapsLock and ScrollLock On||5|
|Turn NumLock and ScrollLock On||6|
|Turn all indicators On (NumLock, CapsLock, ScrollLock)||7|