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Problem in Keyboard Keys

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I am facing problem in Keyboard. Whenever click bacslah key, hash is getting displayed on screen. Please help me out.
Also confirm what is the short the cut key for changing it.

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  • Anonymous Jul 09, 2008

    all the keys i have to push shift for are not right . i if i push one key i get something different and i cant find the at key at all .is it something i did when setting up the computer or something wrong with the keyboard

    and what is all this ääööüüõõplease help just got the computer yesturday

  • benguelan1uk Sep 15, 2008

    i can`t find the control painel facility in my computer















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You appear to have your country settings/keyboard layout wrong on your settings..

Goto Start - Control Panel - Regional and Language Settings
Select the Keyboards & Languages Tab and then select Change Keyboards.

Set your default input language to whatever you have (IE mine is English - Australia)

Click Apply then OK

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or
YOU CAN USE THE ON-SCREEN KEYBOARD. IT WILL BE A PAIN TO TURN IT ON ONLY TO USE THE SHIFT KEYS, BUT ITS AN ALTERNATIVE. OTHERWISE, A NEW KEYBOARD WILL DO.

TO GET TO THE ON-SCREEN KEYBOARD:

CLICK START>ALL PROGRAMS>ACCESSORIES>ACCESSIBILITY> ON-SCREEN KEYBOARD.

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