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Well it's possible your keyboard itself has a hardware malfunction (meaning the keyboard itself could be bad)
However, if it's not broken, one thing you can check in Windows (using your mouse only) is to go into the control panel
In Windows XP find the "Regional Settings" applet, or Vista/Windows 7 find the "Region and Language" applet (NOTE, you will NOT find these settings in the "Keyboard" applet)
In there you can change the settings of your keyboard to different layout and different languages....it's very possible that you can hit an accidental keyboard combination that could have changed these settings and thus make your keyboard seem like it's acting funny.
One of the most common things I have seen with this...is if you tap the SHIFT key 5 times in a row it will turn "Sticky Keys" on and off....there are a few settings in the Regional applet that may be able to give you some answers or help you out. Good Luck!
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