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Hold the ALT Key and hit the NUMLOCK key, It should go back to a normal keyboard.
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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.
look along the "F" key row for the NumLk or picture of the number 1 in a square. then hold down the Fn key on the lower left of the board. press the "F" key that corresponds to it and this will disable it.
one of the F keys turns certain keys on the right side to number keys, so it can act like a full size keyboard with the 10 key panel on the right.. Look carefully at the F keys to determine which one it is. Or consult the manual.
This means the number lock is on - in the upper right hand corner of the keyboard is a series of 4 keys. Far right is delete, then (from the right) insert, Prnt Scrn, and Num Lk. Hit the Num Lk key, and the number 9 with the padlock should shut off. Your keyboard should now work normally.
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