Hi, i have a packard bell easy note laptop and the fn key is constantly on so i am unable to use the keyboard in its normal mode, any chance you know how to turn it off?? even writing this i need to keep the fn key pressed!!
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yes, There are screws on the back side of your laptop that do not remove but do loosen and release the keyboard. release the keyboard and gentely get keyboard to pop up and reseat connection to the keyboard to the main board. normally on laptops, keyboardsare able to lift where the f keys are and then slide in the direction of space bar to f keys. this needs to be done slowly with ease
Check this: Many laptops with touchpads have a switch or a keyboard combo that will disable the touchpad. Look to see if there is a little button you can push located near the touchpad. Alternately, there is normally a Fn-special function key combination you can use. You press the Fn key and also the special function key that has a little symbol on it that looks like a touchpad. That can turn the touchpad on or off.
Key Combination Functionality
Fn+F3 Reduce speaker volume Fn+F4 Increase speaker volume Fn+F5 Switches display: LCD, CRT, and LCD/CRT simultaneous Fn+F6 Increase LCD brightness Fn+F7 Decrease LCD brightness Fn+F10 Toggles battery warning off and on Fn+F11 Switches the LCD panel off and on Fn+F12 Places the computer into Hibernate mode