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Do you mean the right side of the keyboard is typing numbers instead of letters? If so, you have enabled the NumLk which turns the RHS of the keyboard into the number pad. Press the NumLk key near F11, F12 function key and the NumLk LED will switch off and return your RH keys back to letters.
If you are talking about the number symbols that are on keys
U,I,O,P,J,K,L,M then notice what color the number symbols are on those
keys. Normally they are blue or might have a square around them. That
means you have to press and hold the key that is the same color or has
the square around it on the left side of the keyboard. Normally you
would Press and Hold the FN function key at the lower left hand portion
of the keyboard, then hit the key for the number you want. Notice that
the FN function key will be the same color as the numbers. If it's not
the FN function key then it will be the key that has the square around
it like the numbers has.
Try pressing your numlock (top left of the keypad) and try the numbers again. Try your keyboard in another computer -- if they still dont work, you have a hardware failure ... time for another keyboard. If it works on another computer, then I would recommend right-clicking on "My Computer" and selecting "Manage". Go into the hardware manager, and delete your keyboard, and reboot. The Windows will find your keyboard and reinstall the drivers, hopefully resetting whatever configuration was previously blocking your keypad keys.
If its a multi-media keyboard and the its the muti-media keys that are not working, there may have been a disk to install the keyboard drivers for those keys. Install the disk that came with the computer, or go to the manufacturer's website and see if there are drivers you can download and install.
If its just random keys, try the keyboard in another computer and see if the same problem occurs. If so, return it to the store for another one if you are within the return policy days. If not, just buy a new keyboard.
Hope you are doing good.
Please try the following solution.
Press Fn (Function button) on the left bottom side of your keyboard that is between the left Alt and thw windows key and while holding it down press the Num Lk key on the top right side of your keyboard. It is between the Prnt Scrn and Pause button.
Please chcek your keyboard and advise if it works fine now or not.