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Go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Regional and Language Settings.
In that Menu, you should be able to change the keyboard configuration to the proper one.
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on Apr 08, 2010 | Computers & Internet
Seems like you have selected English (UK) as your default language. Change it back to English (US). If you don't know how, follow these steps.
You have not indicated what OS you have. I'll assume you have
Go to Control Panel.
Open 'Regional and Language settings'
Click the 'Language' tab and click 'Details' button.
Following screen will appear. Click 'Add' button and select
Select the newly added language as your default language from
the combo box on top and click 'OK'.
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