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Ah, now it makes more sense. Follow the instructions;- usually pressing the requested key on its own will work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fn keys
It sounds like your FN key may be stuck. One simple thing that you might want to try would be to pick up a can of compressed air from a local electronics shop and use it to clean around and under all of the keyboard keys, but especially around the FN key. If there is something lodged around or underneath a particular key, this will sometimes clear it up.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
SOURCE: Function key needs reset
Your numlock button is on. Somewhere on the keyboard you will see a key labeled, NumLK or something similar, press this. It is usually located somewhere in the upper right side of the keyboard. What this allows you to do is turn on the number keys that are also associated with these keys, just like a normal keyboard has the number keypad on the right side, this key turns on the functionality, gets a lot of people.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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SOURCE: Sticky FN Key problem
Laptop keyboards are notorious for sticking after time due to small particles of dirt or oils from our skin and if you smoke believe it or not smoke from a cigarette is very bad on keyboards and computers in general.
What you can do to try to solve this problem is to get a can of canned air then turn off the laptop and dissconnect the power cord then
get a very small flat tip screw driver and CAREFULLY pry off the faulty key pad then take a q tip and some rubbing alcohol and wipe the area that it connects to .
Now take the canned air and spray down the entire keyboard and let sit for 10 minutes then replace the key pad and then replace the power cord and turn on the laptop and see if this now will work ok
Please keep me posted on how this is going
Best regards Michael
Posted on May 27, 2010
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To fix it, just find and press the "Num Lk" or "Pad Lk" key again. (Note, sometimes these keys are themselves "Fn" keys, so you may, or may not, need to also hold down the "Fn" key to get the right function.) Often there is an indicator light associated with the setting.
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