Question about Computers & Internet
I take it that when you try and access the @ key it gives you a " or # key...
This a common problem,
You need to set your keyboard layout to the right country that matches your keyboard. i.e US or British etc.
Go to the control panel, regional and language options, languages, details.
Add or modify the keyboard country
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