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On this keyboard, try toggling numlock scrolllock and capslock a few times.
Also, try this too: Fn+Numlk or depending of the model, press the button or Fn + Shift +Numlk hope this helps Try this. Press the Start key + R. type osk in that box and hit enter On this keyboard, try toggling numlock scrolllock and capslock a few times
You probably have Number-lock active, test and see; u = 4, i = 5, o = 6, j = 1, k = 2 and l = 3.
the bottom left of your keyboard you should find a key marked Fn. On
the top right of your keyboard you should find a key marked Num LK.
While pressing the Fn key, press the Num LK key once. this should unlock
the number keys and allow you to type letters again.
You need to check in the BIOS if the keys when typed does make beeping noise. Set BIOS defaults.
If the keys are still not working than boot the sys to the recovery manager and press ctrl+d to open the CMD box and test the key board there.
Boot the sys 3 times to BIOS and set BIOS defaults,
If it doesnt work try the latest update and drivers for the sys. If it doesnt work that means the keyboard needs to be repaired