Keyboard typing letters and numbers at the same time [Solved/Closed]

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Friday July 19, 2019
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July 20, 2019
Hello, my keyboard for my desktop0 types numbers and letters at the same time. How can I fix this?
e.g he3llo9, i8 am ho9tti8e3. Pleassseee help me.
System Configuration: Windows XP
Firefox 3.0.10

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Press the "fn" and "num lock" at the same time. you may have accidentally pressed those two by accident. hope this helps
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thankyou so much that really helped
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it worked for me!! thanks a million, guys :)
thanks guys also worked for me mine is a asus
Thank you a lot for assistance :)
Hey for mine also just nw..Fn+F11....corrected the problem.mine is acer...thanku all
fn+F11 fixed mine- thank you!
my keyboard instead of typing 'E' it 'pastes information,, my 'o' changes the scgreen to full screen and 'u' adds a h so it becomes 'hu' and now each time I type 'p' this sign '<-- comes up.. its so fgrustgrating hel'p!!!!
i had a problem with mine when I type A it turns into > or < or d g r that letter does not come up its changes to various signs someone told me a drink may of been spiled on the keyboard so I had it changed for about £20 hope this helps
thanks a lot!!!

my key board types number and letter
Hey, I had a similar problem, in that some letters were typed at the same time. I got it solved at the moment, by following the instructions in this thread: 24692 keyboard mess up after shift key held too lon

i.e. hold both shift keys for a few seconds.

I do not know why it works though, so just a tip.
Hi there I got the same problem I tried holding both shift keys but its not working, any suggestions please!!
Hello, to me helped Fn+F11
hey thank u so much man.... the fn+f11 key helped.... phew! thanks once again:-)
thanks helped on the ee pc.
fn+f11 helped me as well!!!! I suggest that everyone just tries each suggestion till something works :)
I had had the same problem and tried all the suggested answers here without effect.

The one answer I haven't seen, here or elsewhere, which did work was to update the BIOS.

The keyboard problem appeared after I had cleaned out and reinstalled XP and installed Microsoft Office 2007 on an IBM laptop Z60m.

A superb techie spent three hours trying to find the answer. He found most of the answers suggested here, plus several others, including a Microsoft statement "recognizing the problem." Eventually, he tried updating the BIOS, which worked. But he thought of that himself. Nowhere did he find anything suggesting updating the BIOS.