You just switch to Windows 10, and you notice that your keypad is not automatically activated every startup? If you have realized is that your password contains numbers.
In this case, you have to think reactivate your keypad at startup!
there is a manipulation performed that could allow you to keep your keypad activated at boot your machine.
In your menu Start, type "regedit" in the search field, and start the application (this is the registry editor):
Follow the path: HKEY_USERS < .DEFAULT < Control Panel < Keyboard, then open InitialKeyboardIndicators double-clicking on it:
and put "2" instead of the series of numbers under "Value data:
Then restart your computer to see if the operation is effective.
Warning, it is possible that this only works if you restart your PC, and not if you turn it off and then on again ...
To prevent the problem starts, turn off the Quick Start your machine:
Go to the Control Panel Configuration>Audio hardware :
then in Power Option :
Then go Choose what the power buttons (In the left menu):
And uncheck Enable Quick Start :
(If the checkbox is grayed out, as shown below, it may be because your system administrator or the hardware configuration of your PC you have limited access to certain parameters. In this case, this trick may not work for you if you turn off your PC!)
Shut off and start your computer (without reboot) to see if the amendment to change anything to activate your keypad at startup.
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