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Welcome to Seven Forums markrheuer. A couple of possibilities, starting with easiest.
Start> In search box type keyboard> Under Control Panel, click on Keyboard> IF your Keyboard properties has a Key settings tab> Key Settings List> Double click on Caps Lock> Display Caps Lock status on screen> Click the check mark box> Finish
If no key settings tab, you can make your screen flash when you have Caps lock on
Start> In search box type ease of access> Enter> Make the keyboard easier to use> Check the box next to Turn on toggle keys> Apply> OK> Back to Ease of access main page> Use text or visual alternatives for sounds> Turn on visual notifications for sounds (Sound Sentry)> Choose visual warning> Apply> OK
I see where some Dell users have had success changing a registry key. Suggest always backing up your registry 1st
Registry - Backup and Restore
Start> In search box type regedit> Enter> Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Dell Computer Corporation\QuickSet\QuickSetControl and set it's value to 1
Some freeware programs to do the same job
Free Keyboard LEDs software shows state of Caps Lock, Num Lock, and Scroll locks.
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