Question about Computers & Internet
Plug your external keyboard in and go to Control Panel>system>hardware>device manager, right click on keyboard (not the external one) and unistall. Reboot your computer and take out the external keyboard, windows will pick your internal keyboard back up as new hardware and should set the keys back to normal.
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Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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