Question about Acer A2909.001 Aspire 1800 Aspire 9500 Keyboard
This is either a keyboard or setting problem. If the operating system is told the keyboard is a different type or the wrong location (language) you get weird results. Can even be a stuck key or even a function setting. Laptops use the FN-F7 key (usually) to turn on the numeric pad that is in the keyboard. That will also give you strange results.
If the keyboard doesn't have a stuck key and actually is the problem then it can only be replaced.
If its just a setting then you need to look under control panel for the keybaord setup and make sure it is set to the correct location language and type. A standard laptop keyboard is a 84 key and I believe the ones with number pads are 101 key.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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