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My keys produce something they are NOT supposed to... AND IT'S NOT NUMLOCK! x = x1, 1 = x1, e = 5e, 5 = 5e, q = =q, = = =q, backspace doesn't work unless i hold it down because it too is working in conjunction with another key ( \ i think...) Anyway, I know every tech out there thinks that these posts are by "computer illiterates", but I am not. I've built desktops from scratch, and I know it isn't numlock... Please, if ANYONE can suggest something that isn't a lay man's answer, I would greatly appreciate it...

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The keyboard region/language get changed? Perhaps the keyboard layout has been changed as a result.

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