My keyboard is not working on the right side of the keyboard. When I type keys on the right side of the keyboard They type as numbers. If I hold down the Fn key and type they work OK.
How do I correct this problem?
You probably activated the "Num Lock" accidently. Just hold down the FN and look for the key that says "num lock" Now you should have your keyboard back and the numbers will just type when you hit the numbers key. I did this to myself yesterday!
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