Laptop keyboard keys changed

 mwahid -

I have a problem with my Toshiba satellite L10-108 laptop keyboard. If think that I might have changed my keyboard settings somehow. My keys are all mixed up. If I for example press the key j in 1 is now pressed. Somehow some of my keys on my keyboard changed. I have no idea how to change it to its original setting.

Please help


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It sounds like you have turned on the "NumLock" feature that many laptops have.( j=1 k=2 l=3 u=4 i=5 o=6 m=0) It's intended for use by people who need to enter large amounts of numeric data.

Find the NumLock key and press it to reverse things and set it back to normal. On my Dell it's Fn + F4, on my Compaq it's Fn + ScrLock. It's different on every make and model. But, it's somewhere on the keyboard .

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alright all you have to do in case you have a laptop is :press the key Fn wich is next to the Ctrl and the key F11 and then you will have it done
oh I forgot you have to press them at the same time first fn and then f11
He thnx alot !!! this is what I was looking for , because : ?/ was mixed with =+
thank you :) mine is acer keyboard..and it is alt+num lock :)

Omg This worked for my HP ! :)
I have an have your num lock on. Simply turn it off.
That should fix it