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Keyboard layout I have a Samsung x10 laptop the keyboard lay out has changed and I do not know how to to revert back to the origainal setting It is most confusing a is q and q is a ect

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Step one

unplug keyboard from machine

step two

try another keyboard

if none of that helps, then you'll need a bios refresh

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The above steps would change the Keyboard Layout settings to 'English US' and you would be able to type @ sign with SHIFT+2

Hope it helps! Good Luck! Thanks for using Fixya!
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If your computer already set for English keyboard layout, if you push your button, it should follow that international keyboard layout. (can be with some small modification). You can just try out for each button.

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