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ABCDEFGIKLOPQRSTVWXZ are the only keys that work. It isn't a hardware problem, I think the keys are dirty? I am scared to remove them because I don't know if the are able to be put back on. Please help!! Does anyone know if they are able to be put back on or a different solution? 

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You can re-download the keyboard driver or update the BIOS. This method may have some effect, but it may be useless if the keyboard hardware is damaged.
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