How To Resolve # key Not Working in Keyboard?

If the user is facing # key not working in keyboard. Then, to fix this issue, you should read the below method to resolve # key not working. For help, tap on www.office.com/setup.

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Method To Resolve # key Not Working in Keyboard:

1. Use on-screen Keyboard:

For this, first you should tap on Start option and then choose Setting. Now, you should tap on Ease of Access. Then, you have to select Keyboard. At this point, you should toggle the On-Screen keyboard to ON. Here, you will view the keyboard appears and then check if # key working or not.

2. Change Language in Control Panel:

You should tap on Start and then choose Settings option. Now, you should tap on Time and Language. Then, you should tap on Region and Language. Here under Country or Region, you should tap on English (United Kingdom). The user can also add a language by hitting on Add a Language button. At this point, you should tap on Windows display language and then choose Options. Under the Keyboards option, you should Check what keyboard is selected. At last, you should change the input language to English.

3. Update Chipset Drivers:

First of all, you should visit to the Software and Drivers sub-section or you should search for drivers using Google from the manufacturer website. If you’re on the website, then you should find and download. At last, you should install the drivers which are missing from your laptop.

4. Run in Compatibility mode:

The user should right-tap on Start option and then chooses Device Manager. After this, you should find Keyboards and then tap on it to expand the list. Now, you should right tap on Keyboard driver and then choose Uninstall option. At this point, you should visit to the Software and Drivers sub-section or you should search for drivers using Google from your device’s manufacturer website. When you’re on the website, you should find and download. If you install the drivers which are missing from your laptop, then you should right tap on the driver. Here, you should choose Properties and then choose Compatibility tab. Next, you should check the box Run this program in Compatibility Mode for. From the drop down menu, you should choose the Windows 10 operating system. Lastly, you should tap on Apply and OK button and then just run the file to install it.

5. Run Hardware and Devices Troubleshooter:

First of all, you should right-hit on Start option. Now, you need to choose Control Panel. Then, you should visit to the “View by” option on the top right side of the screen. Now, you should hit on the drop-down arrow and then choose Large icons. At this point, you should hit on Troubleshooting option. In the left side, you should tap on View all option. Here, you need to tap on Hardware and Devices. At last, you should hit on Next option to run the troubleshooter.

The above method will help you to resolve # key not working. If the user needs any type of information, then visit to the site of Microsoft via www.office.com/myaccount.