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it is only for a computer keyboard hope it help from you.
A computer keyboard serves as a main operating tool for accessing and inputting data into a computer. The keyboard features many functions and keys that a user may never use, but is still essential to some users. Understanding the keyboard can improve computer knowledge and use.
The "QWERTY" pad is main sections of letters on the keyboard. These letters are mainly used for typing and also as shortcuts in programs like Windows Movie Maker, Adobe After Effects and computer games. Number Pads
The far right side of the keyboard features a number pad that resembles a calculator. This number pad is essential for programs like Excel, but can also be used to input numbers as a typing function. More numbers are just above the "QWERTY" keyboard that also feature symbols when the "Shift" button is used. Arrow Keys
The right bottom of a keyboard features four directional arrow keys. These keys provide navigation through word processing documents and also serve as scrolling functions in web browsers. F Bar
The top of a keyboard features the "F Keys," a selection of keys that extends to "F12" on most keyboards. These keys serve different functions. For example, "Alt and F4" exits out of a program. "F1" will start the typing helper in word processing programs. Extra Keys
New keyboard feature shortcut keys at the top of the keyboard. These include shortcuts like "Power," "Sleep Mode," "Calculator," "My Computer" and "Web." Some also include media controls for movies and music.
By the "right side one"I am assuming you mean the number pad on the keyboard? Tap the Num Lock key once and see if that corrects the issue. Another unlikely but still possible solution is the region settings could be mis-set making your computer think it has a different keyboard layout.
Try pressing your numlock (top left of the keypad) and try the numbers again. Try your keyboard in another computer -- if they still dont work, you have a hardware failure ... time for another keyboard. If it works on another computer, then I would recommend right-clicking on "My Computer" and selecting "Manage". Go into the hardware manager, and delete your keyboard, and reboot. The Windows will find your keyboard and reinstall the drivers, hopefully resetting whatever configuration was previously blocking your keypad keys.
Is yours a laptop because most laptops don't have a number lock and if it is a keyboard you should have two sets of numbers. One in a line on top and one like a phone pattern on the right side. If you only have the top row then there shouldn't be a number lock or scroll lock. The one that will be there is Cap Lock
if you want to use the number pad, you have to make sure the the number light is lit, the number light is the lock symbol with 9 inside it. this symbol is found at the top portion of the keyboard. if its lit then you will be able to use the number pad.