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The alphabatic key are not performing the numaric keys are working on their place

In my laptop the numaric key is working the alphabatic key is not working as k m o p i u l and other keys are not working they are giving numaric numbers

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You have toggled on your numeric keys.... take a look at your keyboard for NM likely printed on the side of one of the top keys .... hit function (fn) and the nm key once at the same time... that should shut off number lock and return your keyboard to normal

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