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If this is hardware problem, it'd be hard to repair. I don't mean it's not repairable, but what i mean is i don't recommend since repairing a keyboard and purchasing a new item will cost you more or less the same.
Well try this, Press Fn + Numlock (simultaneously on both the keys) on the keyboard and check if it helps or not [press once and then type the malfunction keys, if not press twice or thrice]. Most keyboard with Fn key's functions can be deactivated or activated with this key combination.
Sounds as if the keyboard is bad, if you have another computer try that keyboard on another computer and see if it does the same thing. If it does then you know the keyboard is bad for sure.
If it doesn't do the same thing then that means its an issue with the operating system. At that case I would go into system tools and restore your computer to the last date that the keyboard was working properly.
LOOK IN THE CONTROL PANAL LOOK IN THE FOLLOWING FOLDERS, DEVICE MANAGER,NETWORKING AND SHARING, PROBLEMS & REPORTS, SYNC CENTER,
CHECK THE FIREWALL AND OR THE SECURITY CENTER, THE SECURITY CENTER MAY OFF BLOCK THE COMMUNICATION TO THE REST OF THE COMPUTER SOIT STOPPED WORKING
LOOKING FOR ANY TYPES OF MARKS, GREEN MARK IS OKAY AND WORKING FINE.
1 = System is connected and working
A = Cap locks On= Cap lock is on. Off = Cap lock is off.
F = Function Key usage. On = I'm going to use the alternative fuctions of the F keys as programmed in the Keyboard settings. Off = Your using the standard features of the F keys.
This sounds like an internal failure on the keyboard. It should not go to sleep. By removing the battery you are effectively resetting the internal logic. If the status light is on all of the time it may think it has (or have) a key stuck and is timing out to conserve battery life. If that is not the case it is time to contact Gyration Technical Support.
Gyration will send replacement keys (free) if you contact them and supply a mailing address. Use firstname.lastname@example.org to make the request.
You must supply the model number or serial number of the keyboard to receive the correct color replacement.