Every time I start windows the NumLock is always off. Since I usually set a number for my Windows password, its quite irritating to press the NumLock every time. So, today I will tell you how to set the status by editing your registry.
Please make sure you make a backup of your registry before editing it.
- Click Start, then click Run
- Open HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Keyboard
- Select the String InitialKeyboardIndicators
- Change the string value to the desired value as shown in the table below
|0||All Keys Off|
|1||Caps Lock On|
|2||Num Lock On|
|3||Caps Lock & Num Lock On|
|4||Scroll Lock On|
|5||Caps Lock & Scroll Lock On|
|6||Num Lock & Scroll Lock On|
|7||All Keys On|