If this is similar to my brothers problem (It sounds like it, screwed up buttons and all) then this is the solution he found
1. Open up the on screen keyboard and click on F11 2. Right click on the on screen keyboard in the taskbar and click restore 3. Close the on screen keyboard 4. If its the same problem hopefully it should work fine now
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To determine if you need to replace the keyboard, connect an USB
keyboard to your laptop and if the USB keyboard functions properly then
you need to replace the laptop keyboard. If the USB keyboard malfunctions too then the motherboard is faulty. It may not be cost effective to replace the motherboard.
This means that your "Ctrl"button at your keyboard is pressed down. Take a look for something that is keeping either of the 2 Ctrl buttons pressed. Otherwise it's a keyboard's problem. Shut down the notebook and check the buttons for proper mechanical movement of the keys.
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Click start and then run Type in cmd and then press enter Type this exactly how I have it including spaces CHKDSK /f /r Then press enter on the keyboard Once you have done that it will ask about a restart Type Y and then press enter Then restart the machine and let the utility run
Call ASUS directly.....sounds like you have something amiss that would be covered by warranty.
Have you tried using a different keyboard? If you have, or do, and the problem is still there is a problem with the computer or software....Call ASUS directly and they will get ya fixed up..they are good people.