RE: laptop keyboard types incorrect character
Laptops have a hot-key combination that allows you to use part of its
alphabetical keyboard as a numerical pad.
If you don't remember which is that combination please read the laptop user
manual and press it again.
That way you will restore those keys to the "alpha" mode.
I don't have my laptop at hand right now but I think it is the combination
of pressing simultaneously the "Fn" key and "Num lock".
> On my laptop with Windows Vista, certain keys on the keyboard have begun to
> cause the display of an incorrect character on the screen and in the
> document. u displays the character 4, i displays the character 5, o displays
> the character 6, p displays the character *, j displays the character 1, k
> displays the character 2, l displays the character 3, mdisplays the character
> What is the troubleshooting procedure.