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Keyboard charactors When using my keyboard the @ is reversed with ".It only happens when one user is logged on. The administrator use is okay.

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  • ronthayre Oct 22, 2008

    It seeme a good idea, my keyboard is cordless, however the adaptor still plugs into the dedicated keyboard and mouse sockets. Thanks anyway Ron Thayre

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Is your keyboard wireless? If so, you may need to unplug the wireless adapter and plug it back into another usb port. If your keyboard is not wireless, then try doing the same thing while making sure the cord doesn't have a short.

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Or ...

If you are sure you have no computer virus or a hardware conflict than you can modify this setting by editing the registry on the computer. Normally, the computer applies the user settings when the user logs on, but it uses the default user profile when it is first turned on, before the user has logged on. To turn this functionality off, the default user settings must be modified. The Keyboard entry contains user preferences as defined by choosing the Keyboard icon in Control Panel. Entries are found under this registry path:
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An easy repair - remove the top trim bezel (just under the screen) this will allow access to 2-3 screws.

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