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COUCL BE CAUSE BY THE function key(fn) key and lock key (mostly f6 just find for the lock icon) press this key combination again to unlock fn+f6
to unlock you keyborrd
here is a small digram to help you
Uncle Buck: On the bottom of the keyboard and to the left you will see a blue "FN" . Now locate the "Pad Lock or Key with a Paddle-lock Icon" across the top and to the right of the function keys. Hold down the "FN" key, press the "pad Lock" key, release both keys. You should be good to go...
You need to find the special function key that, when used with the Fn key, locks the Fn function on. On my keyboard it's the F11 key. Press the Fn key and that key and your keyboard will return to normal.
Your keyboard may have a function key lock (could be up in the right corner) that locks the keys in the Fn mode. Look for that. I have seen this on several keyboards. On some keyboards I've been able to get around this by hitting the print screen, scroll lock, or pause key to unlock it.