Question about Acer NSK8458AN Keyboard
Most times I have to strike the "r" key a couple of times for it to register. Do you know what the problem is and how to fix it?
If you can pop the key off by placing flat blade screwdriver under it and lift it off. and clean underneath you may have something stuck under it
Key are usually held on by pressure clips
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Numerous folks indicate that Windows doesn't register the Fn key as a keypress but using a tool that gives the ASCII value of a keypress I see the Fn key returning FF (perhaps FF in this case means 'not registered'). I also see that keys like Ctrl register with one ASCII code when pressed alone and another when pressed in combo with another key. Fn will only register when pressed alone, so Windows definitely isn't seeing the combo. This took a solution like AutoHotKey off the table.
I ran KeyTweak (which shows you the hardware scan codes of a keypress and the Fn key registerd as 57443). Using this program I remapped Fn to the Ctrl key; this worked perfectly. However, I suspect that because of the issue in #1, the combo of, for example, Fn + C did not execute a copy.
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