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The problem is in your keyboard or the caps lock key. It seems that that the capslock key is stuck. Better to inspect that key if there is dirt that is causing it to stick, if there is none, then the contact point of that key is the problem, maybe the rubber base of the point could no longer bounce back every time it is unpressed. Second, you may change your keyboard by buying a new one, but this would require a technician for the installation or you may buy an external keyboard as another option. Lastly, you may go to the brand service center and let them check it, if it is under warranty no fees will be charge.
Reinstall Windows, and CAREFULLY choose to install the new copy of Windows to a different folder -- anything *OTHER* than the 'C:\WINDOWS' folder. Once installed, you'll be able to access all your files.
you hold FN and tap f8, and it SHOULD switch. You can try using any external monitor to see if it works. If another monitor works, it is not the machine, but the projector. you can also check the bios to see if the vga port is enabled, or, check your video driver to ensure it is enabled.