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1 = System is connected and working
A = Cap locks On= Cap lock is on. Off = Cap lock is off.
F = Function Key usage. On = I'm going to use the alternative fuctions of the F keys as programmed in the Keyboard settings. Off = Your using the standard features of the F keys.
there are combinations of function or "hot keys" for enabling or disabling these functions. The NuLk is a combo of the functin key and the NumLk key pressed simultaneously. The scroll lock is the one keeping your mouse from working properly.
I'm not familiar with your particular unit to advise which keys are necessary to disable Scroll lock, but they should be marked.
Also, some notebooks have a switch to disable the mousepad...Usually indicated by a light located above the pad itself.