Question about Acer Computers & Internet
Click on the start menu and click control panel. From the list in control panel click on Regional and Language Options.
Click on the Languages tab and then click on the Details button.
In that list you will both language settings (US and FR or UK or FR).
Click on French FR and click on remove.
You may need to add the English keyboard settings so just click on add and select which keyboard settings you want.
The computer will tell you that the language cannot be removed until you log off or something similar of that nature.
Click Yes and then Apply and Apply and OK in the other window.
Then click on the start menu and log off your account.
Re-log on and the keyboard settings should be changed to UK.
If you require anymore help please feel free to post back.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
I had the same problem...thought I had it fixed...but it reappeared for whatever the reason... Did as instructed above and got to where I needed to be... Because I am Canadian I changed my region to the USA English... Rebooted and that was it... All seems to be okay now.....
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