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Hi, this is becasue your "num lock" key is truned on. on laptops there is no numer keypad so when you press the num lock key some of the letters do double duty as numbers. Just press the num lock key again and it will turn your keyboard back to normal.
Boot to your Bios and look in advanced for num lock and disable.
go to run in the start menu. typ: regedit.
Go to: HKEY_USERS\.Default\Control Panel\Keyboard Then String value- InitialKeyboardIndicators right click click modify then choose a number below.
0= Truns Off, Num Lock, Caps Lock, Scroll Lock 1= Turns On Caps Lock, 2= Turns ON Num Lock, 3= Turns On Caps Lock, and Num Lock 4= Turns ON Scroll Lock 5= Turns on Caps Lock, and Scroll Lock 6= Turns On Num Lock, and Scroll Lock 7= Turns On Caps Lock, Num Lock, and Scroll Lock
There is a Fn key on the bottom left of the keyboard and a num lock key at the top right of the keyboard (depending on the model) Hold the Fn key and then press the num lock key, that should fix your problem.