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patjoe1"live.ie the at wont come up

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patjoe1"live.ie the at wont come up
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Email
Expert:  Richard replied 3 years ago.
Thank you for your question, my name is Richard.

Can you tell me which version of windows you are running please?

thank you
Expert:  Richard replied 3 years ago.
Patrick

In case your having problems replying, I will give you the instructions for fixing this in both windows 7, Vista and XP.

The problem is your Keyboard is set wrong. If your @ is on the 2 button, it needs to be a US Keyboard, else it is a UK Keyboard.

To change to the correct keyboard, please do the following.

Windows 7 or Windows Vista

Click Start Start button, type intl.cpl in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER.

On the Keyboards and Language tab, click Change keyboards.
Click Add.

Expand the language that you want. For example, expand US

Expand Keyboard list, click to select the US check box, and then click OK.

In the options, click View Layout to compare the layout with the actual keyboard.

In the Default input language list, click US, and then click OK two times.

In the Regional and Language Options dialog box, click OK.

Note The Language bar appears on the taskbar. When you rest the mouse pointer over this bar, a tooltip appears that describes the active keyboard layout.

Click the Language bar, and then click US.

Windows XP

Click Start , type intl.cpl in the Run box, and then press ENTER.
On the Languages tab, click Details.
Under Installed services, click Add.
In the Input language list, select the language that you want. For example, select French (Canada) .
In the Keyboard layout/IME list, click Canadian French, and then click OK .
In the Select one of the installed input languages to use when you start your computer list, click French (Canada) – Canadian French for Example, and then click OK.
In the Regional and Language Options dialog box, click OK.
Note The Language bar appears on the taskbar. When you rest the mouse pointer over this bar, a tooltip appears that describes the active keyboard layout.
Click the Language bar, and then click French (Canada).

If you have any difficulties at all, please do not hesitate to let me know so I can assist you further

Thank you

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