Confused characters

  DWYRYD 22:36 23 Oct 05

After an upgrade from Windows 98 to Windows ME the @ character on my keyboard has exchanged places with the "
Is there an easy way to resolve this?

  Skills 22:42 23 Oct 05

Check that the keyboard is set to uk layout in the control panel regional and language options

  Taff36 22:43 23 Oct 05

It`s the keyboard layout or regional settings in Control Panel. Make sure they are English UK not US layout.

  DWYRYD 22:45 23 Oct 05

Thanks for the advice - I've checked that - changed the currency to £ etc. but it hasn't resolved the @/" problem.

  keith-236785 22:46 23 Oct 05

as the other two suggest, add the keyboard language United Kingdom, click to remove the United States entry. there will be a warning about it needing a reboot. after a reboot you will have the english keyboard only and the @ will be in the right place.

control panel/keyboard/languages

  DWYRYD 22:58 23 Oct 05

Haven't got access to the PC in question at the moment- will follow your advice tomorrow. Thanks.

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