Asus laptop keys type wrong characters

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ASUS
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Laptops
Many keys on my keyboard type the wrong keys that are written on the physical key. I don't know why this is happening or how to fix it, I have looked online and have not found anything that has helped me so far.
When I try to type a bracket, I get: ^
When I try to type a quotation mark: è
Forward Slash: é
Closing bracket: ç
Backslash: à
I really want to try to fix this problem so please help me.


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I am using an Asus laptop

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  • TheRealRaven
    First piece of needed info is the OS. Are you running Windows, Android or Linux? What version?

    Most likely, the device is set for the wrong region and/or language. But correct settings requires knowing what you're working with. Then we'd need to know the region and language you need it set for.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Many laptops will convert a good chunk of the keyboard into a number pad if NumLock is enabled. Press NumLock or press Fn + NumLock whatever is there. Try typing again to see if the keys are fixed. If this doesn't help you, it might be there the wrong language selected. In that case, you can change the Region/Language from Control Panel, however this depends on OS type.
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  • ToddN2000
    What OS are you using? It will help us to tell you how to check out the keyboard mapping or language set. It may be that for some reason one of these got changed due to an issue or virus / malware.
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