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It sounds to me you have your regional settings wrong, a UK keyboard has the @ near the enter key, but a US keyboard has a " near to the enter key on the same key if you get what I mean.
Different regions have different layouts
Go to control panel->regional and language options -> Launguages tab -> then as i guess you are in the UK add the UK layout and delete the Us layout. It will ask to restart and bingo, your layout should be OK.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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