Password to a girl's email, can't figure out what it is spelling out.
Right under that written password it says
"FUNCTION + NUMLOCK"
What is the password?
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very confused atm, trying to figure out if its an alt-code or what.
Lol yeah I figured that was just an anon fiving warining or trolling. Were gonna keep this alive op! Let us know if there something else we can do until you figure it out or share a laptop model photo
Another thing OP.
Fn + Numlock could be a way for her to turn her keypad on, this would allow her to enter numbers in with it. But the thing is keyboards with a keypad usually have a dedicated button for turning on and off a keypad I could be wrong maybe hers is just different but it is a bit strange. Also why would she write that if she already has the 10 keys that are below the F1-F12 keys.
So what I think is that she didn't set the password up, someone else did and they told her how to enter it correctly. And that person maybe mentioned that she can enter numbers with her keypad if she went Fn + NumLock si she wrote it down with the password.
I could be wrong, this is just speculation.
Also the 0 has a / through it so maybe try with a small o not a O possibly she wrote it wrong and put a line through it to state that it is incorrect and the little o is what it really is.
I'm still a believer that it could be a 6.
The left side of the O looks like there is a second line inside of it that is connected to the "little o"
On a laptop, the F6 key also has Numlock on it, normally
Are they left-handed or dyslexic? Most people doing a slash through an O would draw the slash the other diagonal.
O + C
I wonder if that's supposed to be the logo of the windows-key, so Winkey+C for going into Control Panel, and might not be part of the password
She has to press numlock to activate/deactivate the numpad, so while it's activated I think that pressing those letters actually makes them numbers. That's why the 6 was changed to an O. 6 is on O on that keyboard.
The O is deff a 6
You can see the 6 is darker then O. Its what I do when I change a number or letter while writing a password down. Instead of rewriting the whole thing I just make that letter or number darker than the original
It could also just be a random garbage character that acts as a placeholder for a letter/symbol that she's remembered. People do that sometimes because everyone knows you aren't supposed to write down passwords