@ and not "

  Snec 19:33 08 Jul 06

I've just installed XP Home on a new computer for my daughter. As in the title I'm gettimg @ when hitting " and vice verca.

Could someone please tell me where to find the settings to change this?

  SG Atlantis® 19:41 08 Jul 06

start control panel regional settings.

change it to UK.

  ade.h 19:41 08 Jul 06

Easy, that one! It's an often-asked question. US keyboard layout. Go into the language settings in the Control Panel.

  Snec 20:00 08 Jul 06

Regional & Language options is set to English (United Kingdom)

Any more please?

  Starfox 20:02 08 Jul 06

You don't happen to have a U.S keyboard by any chance do you?

  Snec 20:04 08 Jul 06

I don't think so but I have a few spare ones, I'll try another.

  Jackcoms 20:11 08 Jul 06

Control Panel; Change the format of numbers, dates and times.

Click on the 'Languages' tab. Click on 'Details'. Ensure that under 'Keyboard' United Kingdom is selected.

  mattyc_92 20:11 08 Jul 06

Start->Control Panel->Date, Time, Language and Regional Settings->Regional and Language Options->Languages (Tab button)->Details and change to UK layout

  Diemmess 20:32 08 Jul 06

I haven't graduated to XP yet, but in your difficulty and my 2K OS, I would select Keyboard rather than regional settings, then make sure that is set to UK English.

  Snec 20:35 08 Jul 06

Thanks everyone, I had been messing with these settings for some time before posting.

I have plugged in an old keyboard and all is now OK.

  Hertz Van Rentyl 20:46 08 Jul 06

If you press left alt and shift you may reset your keys to what should be displayed.

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