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Keypad incorrect to get the @ character I have to hit shift and " and viceversa

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  • jacqui_carte Dec 26, 2008

    it just says the keyboard is working correctly...has been doing this since I bought it...:-(

  • jacqui_carte Dec 26, 2008

    it just says the keyboard is working correctly...has been doing this since I bought it...:-(

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Restart your computer and if this doesn't work use ON-SCREEN KEYBOARD or go into:

CONTROL PANEL> KEYBOARD> HARDWARE> TROUBLESHOOTING

See if that helps...

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