Question about Belkin Wireless Keyboard/Optical Mouse f8e832-bndl
this may be a sign that you need to replace the batteries, when they're on the way out they can sometimes make the keyboard quirky... also... have to ask... nothing has been spilled on the keyboard (that you know of anyway) has it?
one more check you should do... go to your device manager (you can get there from the control panel - open the system settings dialogue and click on the hardware tab... you'll see it there)
find the keyboard in the list and be sure there are no red or yellow marks on it. if you right click on the keyboard and select properties, you can re-install or update the drivers for the keyboard... you can also do this from your original disk or from downloading the latest version on the internet from one of the many driver download sites around, such as driverguide or Open Drivers.
i hope this helps...please let me know if you have any questions!
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Question: "Some letters on my keyboard result in the wrong character. This problem showed up weeks after purchase. Initially it was working fine".
You've done unbelievably well to type an error-free, letter-perfect question, despite the character confusion.
This is a very strange problem to have on a desktop keyboard (Dynex Keyboard and Mouse), since the way to achieve the above sentence as you have written it, is to use the Fn and NumLk keys, on a laptop keyboard, to enable buttons with multiple functions to print their alternative characters designated to them.
Desktop keyboards do not usually have Fn keys and the NumLk key on a desktop keyboard locks and unlocks the Number Pad on the right of the keyboard, which usually has no alternative letter values on its keys.
Solution: Press and hold the Fn (Function) key on your keyboard > press the NumLk (Number Lock) key (usually F10, F11 or F12) > release both keys > test keys J, K, L, U, I, O etc. again.
That should resolve your problem.
I hope this helps.
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