When you protect your Windows session with a password, it's useful to automatically enable the numeric keypad when you start your computer.
To do this, it's possible to modify the Windows registry. But, you can also configure your computer's BIOS to achieve the same effect.
So, even if you format your computer, this setting will not be lost.
If you have an Asus P8Z77-V LX motherboard or another Asus motherboard with a blue/green BIOS, press the "Delete" or "Del" key when starting your computer to enter in the BIOS of this one.
Then, click on "Advanced Mode (F7)".
Confirm by clicking on OK.
Once in BIOS advanced mode, go to the "Boot" section, select the "Bootup Numlock State" option and press Enter.
Select "On" and press Enter.
Then, save the changes by pressing the "F10" key.
If you have a newer Asus motherboard (like the "Asus Z97 Pro Wi-Fi ac", for example) then you will have an yellow and gray BIOS like the one below.
In this case, press the "Del" or "Delete" key when starting your computer to enter this BIOS.
Then, click on "Advanced Mode (F7)" at the bottom right.
Once in advanced mode, go to the "Boot" tab and locate the "Boot up Numlock State" option.
Change its value to "Enabled" to enable the numeric keypad when your computer starts up.
If you have a MSI laptop, then press the "Delete" key on the keyboard when starting the computer to enter BIOS.
In the case of MSI laptops, it's an "American Megatrends, Inc" BIOS that looks like this.
To enable the numeric keypad when starting your MSI laptop PC, go to the "Boot" tab and select the "Bootup Numlock State" option.
Then, press Enter to change its value.
Select "On" and press Enter to validate.
Then, press F10 to save the changes.
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