Question about Acer Aspire 5630 Notebook
Is there a place on the computer to take it off of typing numbers and let it just type the letter?
You've probably got number lock activated / deactivated. This is especially common if you're using a laptop computer. Look for the "Num Lock" button on your keyboard and try pressing it. If you're using a laptop and the Num Lock button is a different color, you might need to hold another key "Fn", Shift, Cntrl, etc while pressing "Num Lock".
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go to my computer icon, right click, properties>hardware tab>device manager, then lok down the list to keyboard, click on the + sign and right click on your keyboard and select uninstall.
Restart the notebook and the driver will automatically load again and should type as normal.
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