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Press and hold down the Fn key whilst selecting the desired function. This will vary depending on the software loaded.

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SOURCE: I have a laptop Toshiba

Following link describes the keyboard shortcuts that are available in Windows XP.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/301583

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SOURCE: Sometimes, when I am typing on my Toshiba laptop, the red functions of the keys start working and I don't know what I hit to make it happen. How do I change the functions back to the regular ones

You have activated the number lock on your laptop to unlock press the "fn" function key and 'NumLk" key that should get it back to normal

Posted on Nov 12, 2012

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Keyboard functions diagram (fF keys)


Try the following link for a manual which may help you with the Fn keys.

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On the top row of the function key aka "F-key",you will see there are logo for a TV is different.

You need to HOLD the function (FN) and press the dedicated TV (function key) to enable the HDMI port on you laptop.

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How to switch on wireless


On your Laptop, there's no dedicated key/button for wireless as other Toshiba Satellite. There's a hotkey function. Press Fn+F8 (simultaneously) to activate the wireless and press the same keys to deactivate.

When you look at the F8 key, you'll see the wireless symbol (something like tower).

If you need further help, let me know.

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Function Buttons are not working in conjunction with (FN) Key for Screen light adjustment and other features.


As far I know FN keys are related with specific motherboard drivers.
Thoshiba recovery cd/dvd during restore/re-install, loads all toshiba drivers and utilities for operating fn keys.
If the operative system loaded in the laptop is no OEM then you will have this problem, and in order to fix it you must:
First install the operative system (clean install)
Second install: chipset drivers. This drivers instructs the operative system how to detect specific hardware. Must be installed in first order.
Third: install drivers (ethernet card, audio, video controller, toshiba utilities, etc). At this point verify all FN keys ( check display settings, stand by/ hybernation, etc).
four: Load all software needed (microsoft office, etc).

I hope this help to solve your problem

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function key FN and number lock ... likely NM ... often printed on the sides of the keys

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Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527


LCD not displaying screen, correct. If you have a external monitor like from a desktop, then you can attach it to the laptop. Most laptops have a VGA or DVI connector on them. Even HDMI on new laptop. Most laptop have a combo you need to push to have it go the external monitor. It usually has Fn (Function) then above the F1-F10 keys in color, are the Function keys you push to get it.
I've seen it on F3-F4 keys normally. Your might be different. Use them as a reference only.

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Jul 14, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook

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Keyboard problems


It's your numlock that's on. It's for using your laptop as an adding machine like function. Do you see that certain letters also have numbrs on yr keyboard. Do you also see that theres the word numlock on one key. That's the key for turning on numlock ( in conjunction with the function key) so you can use those keys as an adding machine. Usually to turn numlock off and on you hold one finger on the function key and toggle the numlock key to turn it on and off. Consult your toshiba user guide for your particular model.

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Changing hot keys on laptop


Dullahban,

The key functions along the top of the keyboard can not be changed. They are preset and all of that model function the same.

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