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You seem to have the usa keyboard settings, i made this mistake too when i installed windows for the first time. At the system tray bottom left of your desktop where the clock is...right click on a bit of space there and click toolbars then click on language bar, it will bring a little arrow on your system tray. click the arrow and then on settings. you should now see a few options to change the language. when you have done that click apply or ok and voila, your @ should be where its meant to be. :) afterwards, just right click on the system tray again to unclick the language bar.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
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