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First, the mail issue. You may have to reinstall Windows essentials to get live mail to work. If none of the hot keys are working properly, make sure you have updated software and drivers for the keyboard and then use the keyboard software to assign the correct apps to the hot keys.
you need to configure the Email Key Link..
to do so.. depending upon the OS of ur computer..
heres wht u need to do..
if its a XP OS.. then follow this link..
Dont worry the links are to HP website..
http://tinyurl.com/ppdzql if its Vista.. then follow this linkhttp://tinyurl.com/2wlwm8r let me know if this was helpful to uregards,guru:-P
Your Packard-Bell keyboard was designed to work specificaly with your PB system. The old computer came (probably pre-installed) with software and drivers that map the extra keys to functions like e-mail, calculator, volume control etc. It may be possible to make the keyboard work like it did on your old system by locating and installing the Packard Bell keyboard driver and software. Go to the PB website and select UK-Irish support location. From there go to support section and follow the automated support by filling in info such as model number etc. No guarantee it will work but worth a try.
Hi, i have had the same problems. My solution was to install the Microsoft software / driver from their homepage. When you press then the F-Lock key a small message came up enable / disable. greetings from germany