Question about Dell Inspiron E1705 Notebook
My Dell 5160 has what is called Access Direct, and this may be similar to what you have. If so, you find it in control panel, printers and other hardware, keyboard.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
These extra keys are manufacture specific. The software provided with the system decides the funtion the additional keys has to perform. However, Some manufacturer enables option to change the default settings of the key. This again, if available should be in the software provided. If not then there is no other option to reconfigure it.
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