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Keyboard Thanks for your reply. unfortunately it is all keys that have been interchanged. Any other ideas?

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Then maybe you need to pop out all the keys that are not on the right place... (for me it's not fun =)

here's the layout... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Qwerty.svg
and http://www.logicapproach.com/images/0J4628.jpg

you can also just buy a keyboard if you don't want to do that

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