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Click on "start", then control panel, if win 7 click type in the box in the upper right "Keyboard" some keyboard options will open go, look in the list for region and language, pop open "Location" and change the location to where you are, or the language you want. NOTE: this may not help, but the problem is in the computer not the keyboard itself. If this doesnt fix it, you will need to contact the people you bought the computer from and get a replacement.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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