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My b4ran7d n7ew Dyn7ex keyb4oard has automatic pop ups of n7umb4ers. How can7 I fix this ASAP. I am ab4le to b4ackspace to erase n7umb4ers. I can7n7ot type an7y copy.

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Re:"My b4ran7d n7ew Dyn7ex keyb4oard has automatic pop ups of n7umb4ers. How can7 I fix this ASAP. I am ab4le to b4ackspace to erase n7umb4ers. I can7n7ot type an7y copy."

I can see from typing that the problem is NOT the Num Lock. The numbers are not replacing the letter UIOJKLM, but are being inserted after letters like B and N.

That means that when you press certain letters the keyboard is sending two codes. That means that the keyboard is faulty.

Contact dynex and have the keyboard replaced.

Let me know if this satisfies your question. In case please do not forget to accept.

Regards.

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