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Keyboard error keys

Sony viao keys, letter ''u'' only works when pressing down fn key otherwise comes up as ''4'', same for ''i'' which comes up as a ''5'', letter ''o'' is a ''6'' and so on.

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You have number lock on your keyboard, just unlock it and your keyboard will work correctly it should be next to your f12 key

good luck!

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