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The first thing I would do, because it's quick and free, is reinstall the driver:

Go to your control panel, then System, then Hardware, and Device Manager.

Find the keyboard--and click on properties, then reinstall driver. Use the Windows native driver. There may be a few of them, so you can try a couple of different ones if nothing is working.

Check the connector on the back of your keyboard to see if something is obviously broken or wrong with it as well.
 
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