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Hp keyboard went crazy

When ever the numlock is on on the HP dv9000 17" laptop the keyboard letters start typing numbers too. donno if it's a virus or a wrong update

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Some one has keylocked your computer this means they can control what happens to the keyboard they can choose to hold a letter or in your case a number

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