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Re: thanks, but question
That does. I haven't used that anti virus program yet in Vista. You can load up Windows One Care and see if that corrects the problem as well as any other audio problems you are having in the registry.
microsoft.com has the program you need.
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it seems your keyboard is set to another language to change this setting. press start -> then control panel -> then Classic view (on the left side panel) -> now on the right find Regional and language options -> then select Keyboards and languages ( might be a little diffrent ) -> Change language or keyboards
Then finaly you should get text services and input languages (this might be diffrent since im using windows vista)
Now you need to set your default input language to the one you want to use, for example English or german for example. Click apply and OK. You can also click on the extra languages that you might see there that you don't need and then click on remove to remove them from the list.
Close the window with OK.
Problem should be solved, if not restart and make sure your correct language is set as default, and delete the extra ones if the problem persists.