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My keyboard When 5 g6 t6 ty*e anyth5ng, 5t *6*s 4* 352e th5s... S60e 6f 0y 2eys are c4rrent3y sh6w5ng 4* as d5fferent characters, and 5 2n6w why, b4t n6t h6w t6 f5x 5t... the keys 7,8, 9, u, i, o, p, j, k, l, ;, >, and / all have little characters under them... when i strike the keys, it gives me the tiny characters, instead of the original keys. i'm using the on screen keyboard right now, and it's really annoying. someone help me,please?

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  • hesoyam2 Apr 12, 2008

    what if that doesn't work..? =\

  • hesoyam2 Apr 12, 2008

    Hey, I got it to work.. I had to press shift+ScrLK, not FN+ScrLK.
    Thanks though, iqbal.

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Yaa bcoz you have made your Numlock On thats why keyboard gives you these characters. You can see a led 'on' on your keyboard near Num Lock.

To make it off press and hold Fn kye (left side bottom row of the keboard) and press Num Lock kye (Top row right side). It will make your Num Lock on/off.

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Iqbal

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

  • Iqbal Husain
    Iqbal Husain Apr 12, 2008

    Thats grt, m sorry to giving you wromg solution.

    thanks friend

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