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Sony VA10 Wireless Keyboard problem entering text

When typing any letter, I get a combination of a letter and a number displayed.

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There is no quick fix. If you have the updated software from the website for the wireless keyboard, then your keyboard is defective and needs to be replaced.

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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.

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