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Some of the keys are inverted. For example, when I press "shift" and p to get a capital "P", I get an * instead. Also, when I press "o" it comes up as a "6".

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Turn off Num Lock. You may need to press the function key (Fn) + some F key to accomplish this.

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I think the layout maybe changed. Check the layout. Or else it should be the problem with the keyboard. you'll get assistance you can call 18004252666 IBM remote support centre number

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