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Something has happened keys "qwertyasdfghzxcvbn" work like they should but "uiop" returns "456*", "jkl"="123, m="0". It happens only on windows and idea how to fix it?

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Most likely you have Num Lock turned on, which also turns on numeric keypad emulation on most laptops. Turning Num Lock off should fix this.

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That is right on! – William Hilsum Dec 24 '10 at 21:22
thx, you helped me a lot. the funny thing that its get "turned on" on startup. I was just downloading some remapping tool to fix it, thx again. – IAdapter Dec 24 '10 at 21:32

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