Dell, Inspiron 6400, Inspiron 6400, keyboard problem

The   @   and   "   have swopped themselves over so that   @   now sits above the 2 and   "   now sits above '.  I believe that my British keyboard settings have switched to those of another country. How do I put this right? The machine is a Dell Inspiron 6400.
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Brian PierceConnect With a Mentor PhotographerCommented:
Its switched to american

Go to Control Panel->Regional and Language Options
On the <Regional Options> tab check that the language is set correctly
On the <Languages Tab> Select [Details] and make sure the correct keyboard is installed
On the <Advanced> tab check the correct Non-Unicode language is set
Go to Control Panel
Then to Regional and Language Options
Then Keyboards and languages tab
Then click change keyboards
In there you can change it to whatever you would like.
KCTS must have post just as I started to post.
Brian PiercePhotographerCommented:
beat you by a few seconds it seems !
LongstopAuthor Commented:
Sorry I have been so long in replying. Longstop
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