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on the keyboard you will see Fn key and up top of the keyboard you will see the volume up and down on different keys their usually a different colour than the rest of keys like red or blue... hold down the Fn key and press the volume up on the top of keyboard. If that doesnt work down on the right side where the clock is on your toolbar youll see an icon like a speaker click on that then drag the volume bar up or down this is another option
The touch sensors and "volume" button is on the top right corner of the keyboard panel .... above the keyboard keys.
press "1" - left most - to mute and unmute
press "2" - next - going right - to turn volume down
press "3" - next - going right - to turn volume up
you can press (at the same time) the Fn key and Esc (to mute),
Fn key and F1 to decrease the volume, or
Fn key and F2 to increase the volume.
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.
There's a handy Wi-Fi on/off switch as well as a volume wheel located on the system's right edge,just move it round and move it and there is a light indidcator on top of the keyboard that shows the wifi is on and when u move that wheel the wifi light will be off.
You can download a manual here:
For the 1, A, and Down Arrow:
My guess is that these are actually the indicator lights for Num Lock, Caps Lock, and Scroll Lock.
For the four silver round buttons:
The top right corner of your Eclipse keyboard features a set of controls for changing your
computer?s audio volume and the brightness of the Eclipse Keyboard?s backlighting.
To reduce audio volume, press button A until the desired volume level is reached. To increase
volume, press button B. To mute the audio output, press button C and press it again to cancel
Press button D to control the brightness of the backlighting. Press the button to scroll through lights
off, lights full brightness and lights half brightness.