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Re: SEVERAL KEYS ARE NOT WORKIN
Try clean it with a fine brush and sweep those lines you have to remove those dirt. It maybe clogged up for sometime. OR if its still not workin, I suggest that you need to replace with a new one since some keys are maybe loose some grip already.
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Keyboards can have various functions for each key that are enabled by first pressing a modifier key. Some keyboards may have an Fn key that stands for 'Function' that are identified by a bluish-purple color. You would have to hold down the Fn key before being able to use the corresponding function. Other keys may have items that can only be used once you press the NmLk (Number Lock) key. Usually you only have to press the NmLk key once to enable these alternate functions and then press it again to disable.
Maybe this is the result of inadvertently turning on "Sticky keys" (see the Accessibility Control Panel Help file). Try holding the Fn key down for several seconds with no other key pressed to see if that turns off the Fn lock-on. After that you can disable the Sticky Keys function in Accessibility.
The number lock has been selected, there is a LED light that is on to indicate the number lock has been selected. You will also find several keys when press will give numbers instead of letters.
Look at the keys above the function keys for the number lock key. some laptop keyboards use the Fn key plus the SCRLk key.