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It's not my laptop. It's Zeepad tablet that I can't get my keyboard to work

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Hello, it's not a problem with your keyboard, it's a settings problem with Windows. You need to go into Control Panel settings, find the Keyboard section, and you'll probably find an Advanced tab. (Depends on your Windows version) Anyway, you need to change your Country type from whatever it's set to (probably US) to UK. From memory, you have to ADD the UK keyboard, and DELETE the US one.You'll then have to reboot to make changes. Hope this helps! nicam49

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