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On re-reading my request I spotted an eror I had made. I am re-stating my problem
When I press SHIFT + @ I get " instead of the @ sign.
Wnen I Press SHIFT + " I get @ instead of the " sign.
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the manual that came with your laptop and locate the section on the
function of each keyboard key. Open your web-browsing program and
navigate to the support section of the website if you do not have the
manual that originally came with your laptop (see Resources below). Use
the drop-down menus on the support page to choose the specific product
line and then model of your laptop.
on the "Product Support" link and then navigate to the "Manuals"
section of the page. Click on the link to open a PDF version of the
manual for your laptop. Browse down to the section about the functions
of the keyboard keys.
the sequence of keys you need to press to unlock the function key on
your laptop and note them down. Press and hold the function key on the
keyboard and then press the other keys required to unlock it.
using the most standard keyboard combinations if you don't have the
manual or it does not give any information about the function key.
Press the function key and then the shift key and see if it
successfully unlocks the function key. Attempt using the other standard
keys in conjunction with the function key, such as the "F11," "F12" and
a USB keyboard into the USB port on your laptop if you have recently
used an external keyboard with the laptop. Check the light above the
"Numlock" key on the external keyboard and see if it is turned on.
Press the key and make sure the light is turned off and then remove the
keyboard to unlock the function key.
if it was just water ...shut it down and blow with cool air from a hair dryer until it will work ...not with hot air cause it has some plastic sheets inside..just let it dry ...and will work ,,if it was something else ..with sugar ..like beer..juice or so...it will need opening and clean well and dry and after that will work ..if it has permanent damages needs a keyboard replacing ... meanwhile if it loosing its functions...just connect a usb based kayboard and use it instead..until replacement ..if the functions will not came after drying ..but if it was just water will get back after it will dry completeli and no longer make false contacts/..
It sounds like your regional settings are wrong, go to control panel and click on Regional and Language options Click the Languages tab and press the Details button and change the default Input Language to your region.