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I have been typing on my Asus laptop an6d all of the su6d6den the keyboar6d is playing up. The 6d types a 6 then the 6d (as you can see throughout this text), it won't backspace, ran6domly the "i" won't type an6d when I type "o" as the start of a new wor6d it opens as in "ctrl + o", same as for "n" will open a new tab, an6d the "a" will ran6domly select all. Can anyone help me with a fix? Is my keyboar6d stuffe6d or is there something turne6d on? If for example I hol6d 6down "shift + D" I 6don't get the "6"?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may have your NumLock enabled. That will make you type whatever blue characters are on the keys instead. Press your NumLock (sometimes Num Lk) button and see if that helps.
If that's not the case then you probably have the wrong keyboard profile enabled in Control Panel. (Thinks you are using a foreign keyboard layout of some sort.) If the above solution doesn't wok, open up the Regional and Language Options from Control Panel, select the Languages tab, and press the Details button under the Text services and input languages section. Make sure everything in there applies to you.
Posted on May 13, 2008
SOURCE: Spacebar stuck
you need a new keyboard most likely, contact your maker of your laptop and give them the information. you can also search up your make and model of your laptop on ebay and try to find a new keyboard that way. im 95% sure its the keyboard the rest could be software. if you have any more questions or comments pleasse email me at email@example.com
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
SOURCE: T43 IBM laptop - keyboard
You have enabled the number lock feature on the keyboard. Hold the fn key and press the num lk key, the fn & numlk are in blue on most keyboards, this combination enables or disables the numbers lock.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
This happens when the nubmers which are on the alphabet keys are enabled. You can stop this by holding Fn key on the notebook then press Scroll lock once. This will disable these number.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
SOURCE: Typing delay
You can change the repeat delay times on your keyboard.
Click on the Control Panel then Keyboard icon. In the Speed tab you can change the Repeat delay and the Repeat rate settings to suit your requirements..
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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