12-22-2011 05:04 PM - edited 12-22-2011 05:10 PM
Fat fingers is the root of this problem. CTRL-Shift toggles between normal and flaked out keyboard. Pressing the two keys together should get your keyboard back to normal (or to krazykez).
ALT-Shift may also do this.
02-08-2012 06:35 PM
I was typing on my keyboard and all of the sudden I pressed the 'n' key and got nh7
pressing 2 gets 2/6
pressing 6 gets 2
pressing 4 gets 74
pressing 0 gets 7
pressing g gets bg
pressing h gets nh
pressing b get bg4
pressing 1 turns on cap lock
pressing the wireless prints a 9
perssing the speaker turns off the wireless
Is there anything I can do to stop this?
02-18-2012 04:56 PM
I've been trying to find answers to my annoying HP laptop keyboard issues as well, and I stumbled on your question. I was directed to this website. It will help with your question.
some of it was useful to my situation, but what I was happy to read was how to access those blue characters on some of the keys! You press and hold CTRL+Shift + the question mark key (as an example), and you'll either get the question mark or the é. Press CTRL+Shift again, and your keyboard returns to normal. Finally, I found out how to access those blue keys!
I believe my keyboard hardware is wrong, and that`s why I can`t do other things that I`m having problems with...
but, I think this page might help you.
04-30-2013 02:26 PM
Hi everyone, maybe someone can help me with some problems re my keyboard. Right shift key types an i on pressing, left shiFt key types a comma on pressing, left and right arrows are not functioning. sometimes a capital letter iS typed without pressing caps lock.
04-30-2013 02:57 PM
Hello lepanto. I understand your keyboard is not typing the correct characters.
Verify that you have the correct keyboard layout selected by following the steps in this Microsoft article.
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