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Keystroke on shift 2 is no longer @, but "

I have a logitech wireless keyboard. When I hit 2 and the shift key, instead of gettting a @, I get a " keystroke..How do I reset the keyboard to get back to the original settings?

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There's nothing wrong with your keyboard hardware. You want to change your keyboard layout from english UK to english US.
In windows (I assume your in windows)
1. start, controlpanel
2. regional and language options
3. Set the default input language to English US
4. in the box " Installed services " add a keyboard layout for (English United States)

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