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The WIFI fn F11 is not working and an error message saying hotkeys have stopped working, what do i do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't think it's a Windows problem, it will be notebook driver fault. The drivers for your keyboard hotkeys may need to be installed again or enabled. The driver will be on the cdrom that came with the laptop or on a seperate partition of your hard drive, normally in the restore folder, but just install drivers not a full restore.
Posted on Dec 31, 2006
Another Alternative is to check your BIOS to see whether or not your Wireless is turned on, if it is not pressent in your BIOS then update your BIOS Driver on the Internet to ver 1.4, Double check your version Compatabillity. Next if the adapter driver is installed, follow the following intructions: start -> settings -> control panel -> system -> hardware -> device manager -> now look for the wireless adapter, see if it is operational or marked with an error -> if it is marked check that it is configured for automatic, and also the resources. Set the configuration manually if so. restart the system.
1) Resource conflict = change resource settings
2) No adapter = check if the adapter is enabled (Y) then see if there is any conflicts (y) correct the settings e.g. resources and see if windows shows that the device is enabled (N) try to enable this device. If (N) then goto BIOS settings to correct it.
Hope this helps
Posted on May 24, 2009
1. Press the "Print Screen" button. This will copy a screenshot (like copying text). 2. Open MS Paint and press CTRL+V to Paste the screenshot. 3. File-->Save As... and save the screenshot to wherever you want, and be sure to change the file type from the drop down menu (or just type yourfilename.jpg if it is an older version.) The default is (or at least used to be, before I switched to Mac) .bmp which will create a relatively large file; too large to easily transfer through the internet.
On Mac OS X:
1. Press Command+Shift+3 or Apple+Shift+3 depending on the age of your keyboard. 2. Find your screenshot on the desktop. It will be titled 'Picture 1.' If I am not mistaken, it will have the extension .png.
If you would like to change the extension to .jpg, go to www.apple.com and search their downloads for a program called Deeper. It is a free app that allows you to modify many hidden settings within your mac. One of which changes the default extension to screenshots.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
you need to download a driver called "hotkey utility" and the buttons will work again
go to :http://uk.ts.fujitsu.com/support/downloads.html
search for v3515
you will find a list of drivers , scroll down a alittle and you will find hotkey utility , download it , install it ...... try the buttons :) MAGIC
Posted on Nov 28, 2011
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