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Shifted key operations not as normal or shown on keys, e.g. @ and '' transposed.

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Hello,

its normal, its not all keyboard that has there "@" on number 2. Even the latest HP laptops that are produced these days have their @ on the same position like yours. You will find @ at the right side of the key board, near later "L".

Its normal, there is nothing to worry about because its not a fault. Just try to get use with the new changes.

Take care.

Posted on Jun 13, 2010

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