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doggy

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Hi everybody

I havent used XP pro before and i have some questions.. I am used to my old computer where @ <= sign is just above the shift key on my keyboard. it is the same on this keyboard as well but wen i try to write it it gives me " <= this sign which should be under 2 key. and the pound sign does not egsist on my computer..

Can you please help if you know how to change them or if you know any keyboar driver that i can install in my comp.. (it is driving me crazy <_< )


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Hi
Welcome to GTG
the @ sign is shift and the number two on most keyboards whats the make of your keyboard and I'll check into a driver for you.
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check to see if it is at the top of the key board under the number 2 if not someone has popped off yhe buttons and switched them. just reverse them. Also some older keyboards has a shift lock button made sure this is not the case. i once experiance this also in xp and i think there is a setting that changes the buttons around for the handicaped. i will check into this.
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