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ShadowRunnaX

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You'll notice that I'm new to the forum because most problems I encounter are already mentioned and solved here, so I use them without hassle... but now I don't know how to find help for my problem:-

Y'know them old version keyboards where the @ is a " and the " is a @... well my computer's acting as if my keyboard was made like that and typing " instead of @ and vica versa.

It was working normally just yesterday and all of a sudden it's like this.

Is my keyboard schizo or what??!!

Please help. I would prefer to find one simple solution if possible with direct and easy steps... I can't get used to this.

Thanks in advance.
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ShadowRunnaX

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Scratch working in Office... it doesnt work fullstop----->.
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have you set the keyboard to the right country because as a brit i cant set my keyboard to us and vice versa without the same identical problem happening

let me know which country you want the keyboard set too and i'll see if i can help rectify your little dilemna

cheers mike :tazz:
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