MouseKeys‘ box. Alternatively, you could turn on MouseKeys by pressing Left ALT + Left Shift + Num Lock at the same time. Please note that this only works with the LEFT alt and shift, as if you try it with the right side, it will not work.
Here are the controls, provided that you have a numeric keypad, to run MouseKeys.
2 = Move Down 8 = Move Up 4 = Move Left 6 = Move Right 7 = Move Diagonally Top Left 9 = Move Diagonally Top Right 1 = Move Diagonally Bottom Left 3 = Move Diagonally Bottom Right 5 = Simulate Mouse Single Left Click (+) = Simulate Mouse Double Click (-) = Simulate Mouse Right Click (*) = Simulate Both Mouse Buttons Click At Once
keyboard have a key witht the windows emblem on it. if so tap that key as eedcam said and ove the arrow keys to get to accesories move arrow key down to system tools and move arwo key down to system restore. I hpe this helps only works with microssft emeblem key on the key board
easy press sart key and cycle to sys restore usin the direction keys hit entrer when over sys restore now the tricky part is cycleing trough the system restore program, first of press tab onece then enter. now use the tab key till over the back arrow above the calender and press enter till the opriate date comes up then tab till in side the calender and go to the correct day then tab to next and press enter the rest should just be tab till over next/finish and press enter
sorry ment correct date comes up and yes this is the same as eedcam, ronalddonald and woodchip's way and the only way without a mouse or different software I must add also if your mouse is not working if it is a PS/2 mouse check the pins on the conector if bent use a pair of thin ended plyerers to set them correctley and it will work again as long as there are 3 to 4 pins left that is.