|08 Nov 2012||#2|
Could be because you have U.S. instead of U.K.. Try this - Control Panel > Clock,Language,Region > Language , change from U.S. to U.K.. You may have to reboot.
Your System Specs are quite skimpy so this is kinda "throwing in the dark" But if you're using a wireless keyboard try pushing the re-connect.
Is this a new problem that has just started? If so, have you tried a system restore to before when this happened? Additionally, have you ran a sfc /scannow?
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