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I have lost the @ on my Dell computer. I can copy and paste it but the @-button doesn't echo anything. How can I get i back? /Ingela

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The problem is not that your Dell lost the @, it is that your keyboard is not sending the data that represents that character to your computer. You need a new keyboard.

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While I was researching the problem, I came across a website where someone had a similar problem with getting windows OS programs/services to run and they discovered that there was some registry corruption and missing ACL's.

There are two different options that I ended up doing to get the system back in operation.

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