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    Senior Member docusk's Avatar
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    Keyboard problem

    Oh, I hear them say, "not him again!".
    Yes.
    My second PC (well both really ) is so badly corrupt that I've moved the data out and formatted C:
    I've reinstalled XP Pro on my second PC and hopefully will re-install Win 7 on the main one tomorrow. Yes Midknyte, Steve et al, I backed up my files nice and safely.
    Problem is with the @ key which keeps giving me the " symbol.
    I know there is a fix but it's such a long time since I installed XP on a PC I forget or brain won't find the right gear.
    HELP!
    docusk
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    Control Panel->Regional & Language Settings->Change the language

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    Senior Member docusk's Avatar
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    Oh dear. I knew that! Silly old f..t. I've done it before and as soon as I got to the page, I remembered.
    Thanks again and again.
    Don't ever leave sysopt - well at least till I pop me clogs.

    docusk
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    Gigabyte EP32-DS3L MOBO; 4Gb SDRAM; Intel EP8200 Core2Duo 2.6 CPU; HIPER PSU; Arctic Cool Freezer7Pro cooler; CD-R/RW; 2 X Western Digital 500 Gb SATA HDD plus Seagate 250 Gb HDD plus usual items. Windows 7 home premium.

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