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Help needed with Dell Mini 9 keyboard

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I have a dell mini 9 but am confused with the keyboard! Why is nothing where it should be? For example I can not use @ or other items, mainly when you have to use the shift key. Can anyone help me ple… Read More
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
I have a dell mini 9 but am confused with the keyboard! Why is nothing where it should be? For example I can not use @ or other items, mainly when you have to use the shift key. Can anyone help me please as I am getting quite frustrated now! Thank you very much.
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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1 Like #1
You probably just need to set your keyboard layout to GB. What OS you using?
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Windows xp
1 Like #3
The kb is obviously set to US instead of UK - just go into control panel, keyboard, and set it to UK:thumbsup:
#4
RedSkywalker
The kb is obviously set to US instead of UK - just go into control panel, keyboard, and set it to UK:thumbsup:


I have just been to control panel, keyboard and there are no options to change to UK. It says standard 101/102 key or microsoft natural ps/2 key board. Usinf troubleshoot does not help either.:?
#5
The @ symbol is where the " symbol is and vice versa.
#6
windhoek
The @ symbol is where the " symbol is and vice versa.


Yes it is! Is there anything that would change this or is this how it will be? (Woman and computer = danger!!)
1 Like #7
My only thought was to either try to change it via the control panel or via the task bar if you have a language icon there? It would say 'En'. If you click on it, it should give you an option to select English UK or something like that.
1 Like #8
I think you need to go to control panel & then to regional & language settings, there should be an option there somewhere, I would check but don't have mine with me :)
1 Like #9
livingthelife07
I think you need to go to control panel & then to regional & language settings, there should be an option there somewhere, I would check but don't have mine with me :)


:thumbsup:


start menu / control panel/ regional & language options / languages/ details
1 Like #10
Thank you guys - the language option worked and I was able to add a UK keyboard on startup. I also now know how to check the other items. Many thanks and rep to you all x.:thumbsup:
#11
sumoqueen
Thank you guys - the language option worked and I was able to add a UK keyboard on startup. I also now know how to check the other items. Many thanks and rep to you all x.:thumbsup:


Cheers + reciprocated :thumbsup:

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