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Fn button not responding, touch pad not zooming/scrolling etc

Hello, I have an Asus eeepc 1000He. the Fn button has been functioning since I bought it but it can't do anything right now except brightening and dimming the screen. it comes with wonderful touch pad options such as zooming, scolling with two fingers, flipping pages with three fingers. It is now not working as well. I checked control panel and the touchpad is indeed enabled. what should i do?!
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Cindy

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    The volume keys activated by the FN key do not work. They work at first but no longer work.

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Have you tried to restore to an earlier point before this has happened. this might work. go to control panel add/remove programs and then try it too.

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I have the same problem and i d'ont know wat to do

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First off thry this go to control panel and then system and click on device manager and see if there are any yellow circles or triangles on any of the devices if so you can right click that device and either update or roll back the driver
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O have a eee notebook. An antivirus programme attached it self to my system, asking me to purchase. I tried to get rid of it with no success. I turned off the notebook, re started pressing f 8. Tried running it in safe mode, the whole thing freezes once this is done. Everyother option on the f 8 menu, gets no response. Any ideas.

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