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Goto Control Panel and select regional settings here

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Your language setting is wrong. Either it is a UK keyboard and set to US or a US keyboard set to UK. In Control Panel find keyboard and change the setting.

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I'll thing you'll find the keyboard letters are in the right place :-)

But being serious, you need to change the "regional setting" for the keyboard. If you go into the control panal and select the keyboard settings, you should change it to what you want (I assume UK)

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Your keyboard is set in the USAconfiguration ( blame the preson who installed the system). Go into the control panel select regional and language settings. On the first tab select UK from the drop down menu. On the second tab (languages) select details and again select UK from drop down menu. Then if necessary select UK keyboard in box below.

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Click Start
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Regional and Language Options
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If UK or UK Extended isn't selected click Add
Select your language and keyboard layout from the list
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Your keyboard should now show up in the box
Click the non-UK Keyboard setting
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Settings may not change until you restart.

If your keyboard isn't the standard UK layout, check your manual or the Sony website to find out which it is.

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