On my laptop, the u,i,o has a 4,5,6 and the j,k,l has 1,2,3 and the m has a zero and the 7,8,9 has a 7,8,9 in the lower corner of the key. From the bottom the keys appear to be in the layout of a numeric keypad.
This is no longer an issue. I kept playin with the keys and found that the I hold the Fn key down and depress the Scroll lock key, this changed the key from alpha to numeric and I was able to use the keys as a numeric keypad.
I hope this explains what I am talking about. Either way, the issue has been resolved.