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Problem of keyboard keys getting transposed.

I bought a dell pc ,some months back and it was working absolutely fine .But now the keyboard has started giving some problems like when i press the ('')inverted comma key ,@ symbol appears on the screen and vice versa. the same problem is there for many more keys too.
It would be kind of you if you could suggest a solution for this.

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