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New Laptop - keyboard problem

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by vivienne, Jan 19, 2004.

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  1. vivienne

    vivienne Thread Starter

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    Hi

    I have a new Toshiba laptop with a keyboard problem. Where the @ sign is supposed to go, it is accessed through the " (quotation) key and visa versa.

    I removed the keyboard under 'devices' and the computer found and installed the keyboard as new hardware but it still has the same problem.

    Any ideas of what I should do??

    Thanks!!!

    Vivienne
     
  2. vivienne

    vivienne Thread Starter

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    Reporting back on my own problem.

    I got through to Toshiba and they told me the problem was because I set up my language in 'regional settings' as English - Canada (that is where I live) and it should be set up as English - US!! I changed it and everything is now working well!

    Sorry for troubling anyone!

    Vivienne
     
  3. dustyjay

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    I can see no troubling here. If you have a problem that we might be able to help you with this is the place to go.
     
  4. vivienne

    vivienne Thread Starter

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    Hi Dustyjay

    :)

    Thank you!

    Vivienne
     
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