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How do you turn the tones on and off for the keyboard numbers?

When dialing phone numbers, on Skype for instance, and I'm asked to add extension numbers, the number keys on my Toshiba Satellite (A45-S150) will not create dial tones. I've had the capability in the past, but seem to have lost it. Thanks!

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I think you need to update your Skype....

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