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Your keyboard is not "typing wrong letters", you have a stuck key. The key is shorting out and is stuck on the letter W. Usually caused by dirt/dust/spills on the keyboard jamming the key so it can't release. Things to try in order of difficulty: >Vacuum cleaner with brush attachment, vac the keys. >Paper towel moistened lightly rubbed on the 4 sides of the W key; use a knife blade to gently work down into the edges. >Soft toothbrush, lightly dampened with water, work the bristles all all around the edges of the W key. After that do step 2 with a dry dry paper towel. >Take the keyboard apart; usually several tiny screws on the rear/sides. CAREFULLYremovethe top. You may have to turn the board over, lie on its face to do this. Do not knock the letters out of order or you will have a headache placing them back in proper order! Clear whatever it blocking the W and replace the cover. If none of the above works the keyboard has failed, needs to be replaced.
Sounds like your keys are sticking together. Pop the affected keys off with a flat tip screw driver and remove any debris. If there is something sticky, remove with Q-Tip soaked in rubbing alcohol. Then replace keys.