Windows 10 somehow broke my keyboard [Closed]

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Hi, I use a Toshiba laptop running windows 10, I just updated. The keyboard worked fine before I updated, but when I tried to log in again, I realized my 1, 2, and space bar keys did not function. I tried things from resetting to taking out the battery and holding down the start button for 60 seconds. Any ideas how I can fix this so I don't have to type with my phone?

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I had the exact problem but discovered that by holding down the FN key the space bar, 1, and 2 keys worked. On a whim, I removed Toshiba Function Key from programs, downloaded the latest version from Toshiba and installed it. All keys work fine now including the mute function key which also did not work.
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Thank you - finally some sort of answer! I ended up reverting back to windows 8 because it was so frustrating. I will copy this answer down and try it all over again soon.
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I also had the same problem and now with FN and space it works,but its terrible to write this way. How can we know if Toshiba will release a driver for keyboard for Windows 10?
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YOu can always create an account here:https://support.dynabook.com/drivers
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Perhaps the keyboard language changed when you updated the OS. Go to the keyboard icon in Control Panel to check the language setting.

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nope, still the same. I also just noticed caps lock is reversed. when the light is on caps lock is off and vice versa. Strange.
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IT's the FIRST DAY! Really! You should have looked into this before your (THE) first day. What I mean by that is: Did you do any research to see if your Toshiba Hardware was compatible?
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i'm just the unluckiest person on the planet
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and my caps-lock works
I.am.having.the.exact.same.problem.
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Perhaps Microsoft Win 10 help forums should be the place to look.
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That was the first place I went. No luck there.