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Try going to Device Manager. Right click on the Keyboard and choose Properties. Click on Update Driver as it might find something (let it look online also). Reboot the computer. If that doesn't work, go to Device Manager, right click on the keyboard, choose Uninstall, and reboot the computer. When the computer starts up and sees the keyboard and loads a driver(s) for it, it might fix it. Good luck.
Usually you cannot "Fix" a keyboard as it's in the way they are made, if faulty the only option is replacement. However it may simply be a codepage thing make sure you have the correct keyboard selected, usually US, as other types will substitute other characters instead of the @ symbol?
simple keypad contain problem,check it ask the place of purchase,because inside the connection may be changed or the layer of keypad bottom always touched the point other thing the keypad bottom a layer is not seated correctly...
Modern keypads arent as great as old ones where each key had its own switch and you could just open and fix it. new keypads have everything interconnected inside them. The only thing to do is buy a replacement, But if you really love this one keypad, you could try and clean it out with a blower and make sure the keys that are failing arent failing because of dust or unwanted debri.
you probably have something (such as food)stuck under your keys, so when you push down it pushes the board further, so it hits multiple keys. otherwise, you bent your keyboard and need to bring it to a store and get it fixed