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If it is fixable by a restart, maybe you'll need to reinstall your operating system. If not, maybe a faulty wiring or a faulty keyboard. Both of which an experienced serviceman would be able to fix in no time. New keyboards on ebay are ranging somewhere around 20-30 dollars.
that is the keypad for a keyboard to get back those letter you will need to press the Fn button and on the top of the keyboard where there is a list of F button press the one that looks like a keyboard. if that doesnt work try Fn and num lock
It sounds like you have the num lock switched on, most laptop keyboards are too small to have a separate numeric keypad so use the letter keys on the right side of the keyboard for this. (you should note numbers as well as the expected letters on the face of these keys).
To turn off the num lock, hold down the Fn key and press Ins. (located top right of the keyboard).
well it obvious a keyboard problem, because when you are typing t, the letters g and h, witch are close to the button of letter t keeps appearing....so they might be stuck with the button of letter t in some way, try to take all the buttons of and clean the keyboard
Although Shift key is not pressed down, maybe the electronics are messed up due to shock if you dropped the keyboard. Turn off Caps Lock, go to text editor of your choice and try to type numbers together with some letters. If you get big letters, then Shift button is pressed down.
In both cases, just to make sure, try your keyboard on some other computer and see if it works.
If you find out that Shift button is always pressed, than it is a hardware problem that may or may not be fixable.
It is possible that you have a bad keyboard. The best way to test whether this is a hardware issue or a software issue with Windows is to attach a USB keyboard and see if you have the same random results. If the keyboard is bad, which could be from something being dropped on it, a spill, or just worn out, the replacement part is readily available on eBay or other online parts sites for less than $35 and the replacement procedure is rather simple. The keyboard itself is not a fixable part.