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I want to type @ sign from my laptop cq60 but when ever is press the shift key and the number 2 key it gives me ( " ) - sign shown in the bracket . advice whats wrong..

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You need to hit the shift key on the right side of laptop and the the @ sign at the same time.
Works different then a desktop.

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