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Goto keyboard setting in control panel and disable fn for volume..

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SOURCE: fn problem, adjusting volume level not working

Try getting a windows update and driver updates
Sounds like the keyboard on your 700 model hasnt
had its driver's installed.

Compaq.com and search drivers

or

use your Windows update button on your start menue and let it look
for new drivers.

Good luck

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SOURCE: I can not seem to adjust the volume on my latitude

Try right-clicking on the speaker icon in the lower right corner. Set all volumes high and none are muted that you use. Adjust the master-volume control to set speaker volume

Posted on Nov 15, 2009

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For those who do not know how to use the F1, F2, F3..... buttons on HP laptops, here is an opportunity for you to know.

We see these buttons on most laptops but don't know what they are used for. F1, F2....... buttons are the first set of buttons on the keyboard. These buttons makes it easy for anyone to access some programs on the computer without using mouse.

Follow the below procedures on how to use some of these functions:

To put your HP laptop on sleep mode, Press and hold Fn button on your keyboard, (without leaving it) then press F5 (Fn + F4).

To lock your HP laptop, Press and hold, Fn button, then press F6 (Fn + F6).

To reduce the brightness of your HP laptop, press and hold Fn button, then press F7 (Fn + F7).

To increase the brightness of your HP laptop, Press and hold Fn button, then press F8 (Fn + F8).

To put your laptop on mute, Press and hold Fn button, then press F9 (Fn + F8).

To reduce the volume of your HP laptop, Press and hold Fn button, then press F11 (Fn + F11).

To increase the volume of your HP laptop, Press and hold Fn button, then press F12 (Fn + F12).

To shut down your laptop or to view other shut down options, Press and hold Alt button, then press F4 (Alt + F4). Note that this particular function can be used on all computers and laptops.

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How to increase brightness without fn+f6 keys because for now the f6 key is not working


Press and hold the "Fn," or function, key on your EEE PC-1000's keyboard.


Press "F3" while holding "Fn" to lower the brightness on your monitor.

The brightness on your computer decreases each time "F3" is pressed.


Press "F4" while holding "Fn" to increase the brightness on your monitor.

Each time "F4" is pressed, the brightness increases.


Press "F8" while holding "Fn" to decrease the volume from your EEE PC's speakers.

Each time "F8" is pressed, the volume decreases.


Press "F9" while holding "Fn" to increase the volume from your EEE PC's speakers.

Each time "F9" is pressed, the volume increases.


Press the "Ins" key while holding "Fn" to take a screen shot, or make a copy of what is currently on the computer screen.


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My function keys of hp probook 4420s is not working


You have to Press and Hold the FN function key at the lower left portion of your keyboard then hit the volume or brightness keys. Notice that the volume and brightness keys are the same color as the FN function key. That means you have to press and hold the FN key while you hit the volume or brightness key.

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Volume balance not working


There are different ways to adjust the volume. Maybe you have the volume on mute. There are keys that control the volume on some laptops. Normally you would Press and Hold the FN function key located at the lower left portion of the keyboard then hit one of the 3 keys (keys with a megaphone on it) that control the volume.

Some models might have buttons you can press that control the volume.

You can always click on the megaphone at the bottom right near the time and adjust the volume properties.

You can click Start/Control Panel and look for Audio or Sound and adjust the volume.

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Fn or Function key is used for your F1 up to F12 keys. Ex. Fn+F5 is to turn on the wireless capability. Fn key is like a shortcut for the functionality of the machine. You can also adjust brightness by pressing Fn+Up or Down arrow and for the Volume Fn+Left and Right arrow.

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COULD YOU PLEASE TELL ME HOW TO ADJUST THE VOLUME ON THIS COMPUTER. MANY THANKS ALENA


To adjust the volume of Toshiba Satellite C650
press and hold function key (fn) and press 3 to decrease and press 4 to increase the volume.

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I have volume but cannot adjust it up or down.the + & - buttons click when pressed but nothing happens and there is no green volume bar on the screen when using the slide control.


Try looking for a button on keyboard that says FN hold this down then try press .the + & - buttons
The FN key i like a a acitvator key you can adjust manually bye clicking on speaker in lower right corner as well

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You can use the Fn+F3/F4 Function Keys to control the volume.

To increase the Volume, press Fn+F4 and then press Up or Right, or Keep pressig Fn+F4.

To decrease the volume, press Fn+F3 and then press Down or left, or Keep pressing Fn+F3.

Hope this helps..

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Where can i find the volume adjustment control?


There is a Button on your keyboard that has blue lettering that is stated "Fn" without quotes. HOLD this button down, and then press the buttons on the RIGHT SIDE of the keyboard UP TOP where there are pictures of speakers with arrows going UP and DOWN. this will help in lowering and raising the volume.
So HOLD DOWN the Fn Key and then PRESS the VOLUME key you Want.

Hope this helps.

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