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On my laptop screen when I enter my email name and then hold down the arrow pointing upwards and then press the @ button insteadof the @ icon appearing instead this " icon appears and I need some help to stop this from happening

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Check the keyboard settings. You should have the keyboard setting corresponding to the layout of your keyboard.
Click on the keyboard logo on the bottom right of the screen and check the language setting.

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PLEASE REPLACE UR MOTHER BOARD BATTERY. I GUESS UR BATTERY MODEL WILL BE CR3212... PLEASE CHAGE IT AND TRY IT AGAIN. NOT YOUR LAPTOPS BATTERY... THIS IS A BATTERY ON THE MOTHER BOARD. PLEASE TAKE IT TO UR NEAREST DEALER AND GET IT DONE.. PLEASE DO NOT OPEN IT WITH ANY KNOWLEDGE.

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SOURCE: Toshiba Satellite A200 - Logging In

From Safe Mode options:Last known good configuration that should do the trick...

Hope that helps.........

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Have you tried starting windows in safe mode? or did you try the other choice of last known good configuration?

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The Power On Password problem is near impossible to crack. It is designed to prevent unauthorized access to the Thinkpad and removing the BIOS battery will not remove the password because the password is stored on an EEPROM chip.
There are no backdoor passwords available, the only option is to ask the person who set the password.
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There is a way to hack into the Thinkpad to see and remove the password but it requires electronic skills, a program and a working computer.
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If you have a manual for the notebook, check to see if you can use the function key and the similarly coloured key on the keyboard which enables/disables the touch pad. Usually you can disable the mouse pointer touch pad with this FUNCTION key + MOUSE key when pressed together. Often these keys have the same colour (usually blue). The purpose is to disable the touch pad when you are using an external USB or wireless mouse, then you press the 2 keys again together to enable the touch pad once you have removed the USB/wireless mouse.

If that doesn't work, borrow a USB mouse and attach it to your notebook to use temporarily while you diagnose the problem.

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