I have lost most of the volume on my Acer Aspire One Linus Linux
I have tried 3 ways of getting the volume back up 1) used the blue function key with arrows 2) turned media player volume up to full 3) turned icon volume in tool bar up to 100 percent. Is there another master volume as all three are full peak but still is not as loud as before...?
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If you want to use the buttons on your keyboard to adjust your volume, just hold the "Fn" button just to the left of the windows key, and then push the "up" arrow or "down" arrow. To be clear, those are just the main arrow keys, up will turn the volume up, and down will turn it down (of course).
Press your FN key.
If you look at your Keyboard on a laptop you'll see that certain keys have more than 1 symbol on them.
The FN key brings these secondary symbols to life as live keys and pressing it again will restore original function to the keyboard.
blue number etc are functions that are connected to the blue fn button in the left hand corner.
press and hold the blue fn button and at the some time one of the other buttons.
eg volume + or - for volume up and down or the moon shape for hibernate, or the sun to change the screen brightness,antenna button to switch on and of your bluetoot or wifi, or the screen button to switch on and off your external monitor port on the back etc. the blue number are your numeric keypad like on a normal keyboard this can be used in the same way by holding the blue fn button down at the same time.
The physical volume keys on many laptops are either represented in the function keys (e.g. F1, F2, etc.) or sometimes in the arrow keys (on some Acers).
To use the keys, you need to press the blue [Fn] key (that is usually by the CTRL key) and then press the volume key on the function/arrow key to increase or decrease volume. There should also be a mute key that can be used similarly.