Question about Toshiba Satellite Pro L300 Notebook
Such as key for @ have been place at key ".
I have had the same problem before. I found that setting the keyboard to U.S.english caused it on mine, so a good guess would be that you have done the same. Try switching the U.S./U.K. keyboard settings and that might be the solution.
You will find in in the control panel,keyboard options.
I hope this helps
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