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bought nc10 a week ago. usual problem with the @ sign where ” should be (US version I think?) but having reset to uk still no gbp sign to ne found anywhere. If reset to uk should that not put the @ sign back to the right button? and should have gbp sign on the 3 button? Any advice?
Where in the world are you ? UK ? If so, where did you order from because I would not accept a US machine if I was in the UK
before we preume its a US machine lets actually determine what the issue is…
is the physical layout correct ? ie are the @ and Â£ printed where you would expect them to be on the Comma and 3 keys or are they printed in a different location?
If they are then its simply a mapping issue.
Sammy , like all Windows based PCs (certainly in English speaking parts of the world), will default to an American keyboard layout. This is something you choose during the initial setup
bought from currys in the uk.
the pound sign is on the 3 key and the @ symbol on the comma key.
If the the Â£ is on the 3 key and the @ symbol is on the apostrophe key then the layout of your keyboard is correct (UK)
You just need to set the input language correctly in Control Panel. Follow these instructions and it should solve your problem.
Go to Control Panel
Open Regional and Language Options
Then select English (United Kingdom) as the Default input language.
Thankyou. I missed the language tab thinking I had changed to uk but obviously didnt! Thanx again!
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