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Laptops have the facility to use certain keys as a "Numeric Keypad", similar to the separate keypad on a PC's keyboard. This is done by enabling the "Num Lock" which, in a laptop, will be a combination of the Function (Fn) key and one of the "F" keys - mine uses "Fn+F9" to enable the Num Lock.
The keys that are producing numbers instead of letters should actually have the numbers marked on them, probably in the same colour as the "Fn" key.
Just find the key combination to toggle "Num Lock" on/off and you'll be back to normal
fn+num defil (the key between pause and print screen) to activate and desactivate the number keybard. This feature is to be able to use number keybord like an ordinary keyboard. I'm not sure if num defil is the same in english since this feature the same on french keyboard on t23 t21 t41 t43 ... mostly every IBM notebook.
Also the green light "1" is on when it's activated just up to the keyboard.
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