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Keys all mixed up keyboard

When i type on my Lenovo thinkpad X131e all of my keyboard letters are mixed up. for example when i type r i get p or when i type k i get t??? what is wrong with it????

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The most likely fault is that your language setting in your operating system is incorrect or corrupted. I suggest you go into the keyboard language settings and ensure you are set to the correct country as the layout varies between them.

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Check your keyboard country code.

Posted on Nov 22, 2013

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yaa its nothing wrong. You have enabled your key for Numlock.

Hold Down Fn key (See bottom row, Left side of the keboard) and press Numlock key. Then your numlock will be off and Pressing K will type K.......etc.

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Hold the blue fn key (function key) then press the numlk (numbers lock) this will enable or disable the calculator feature on the keyboard.

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Make sure NumLock is OFF.

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use fn key plus numlk key

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SOURCE: my laptop keyboard is typing different letters and numbers

It sounds like your keyboard is starting to go. Try plugging a usb keyboard and using that. If your keyboard needs replacing, it may be around $50, but that will depend.

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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