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I have an acer computer too. I had to press the (ctrl) (bottom left) and then the (Alt) botton (beside the space bar) and the number 2 at the same time to get back the @ sign then it should work normal from hear on in .
uninstall the driver and reinstall it.
start> control panel > admin settings> computer managment> device managment> human interface (keyboard joystick mouse etc...)
only uninstall the keyboard but realise when it is un installed it wont work! untill you reboot the computer and reinstall it.