Hit either Shift + Numlock (hold down the Shift key, then hit the Numlock
key) or Fn + Numlock (hold down the Fn key, then hit the Numlock key)
according to which laptop model and make you own one should do the trick.
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"katiakitty" <katiakitty@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> my latop keyboard has suddenly decided that it won't do what its told (if
> you're wondering, i'm using the onscreen one.) instead of typing
> asdfghjkl zxcvbnm as it is meant to, it types qwerty456*asdfgh123zxcvbn0.
> not like numbrs have been swapped for the letters, either. the 5 is still
> 5, the 0 a 0 - except now, the m key also types 0.
> what can i do? my dad's gonna kill me! can ANYONE help?