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I think I pressed a wrong button on my USB keyboard when I press the f button fb shows up or if I press the l button my settings screen comes up ..maybe hotkeys idk how to stop it from happening

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The problem ended up not being with the connect buttons. I am assuming after I changed the battery in the keyboard it deleted the encryption code. I did the Ctrl-Alt-F12, THEN, the "connect". Put in the encryption codes and Hallelujah, the keyboard is working again. Almost pitched the darn thing and purchased new. Hope this helps someone else.

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SOURCE: External keyboard messing up Gateway settings

You have to unlock the FN key on your keyboard. It seems to be locked in place. I had the same problem and resolved it by looking for a "num lock" , "function lock" or actual blue image of a lock on the keys. Mine is located under the "Scroll" button. Press this along with the FN and your keyboard should go back to normal

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Dumb questions: have you put the batteries in the keyboard? Have you installed the drivers?
If yes on both then try moving the dongle  to a better position - an USB socket to the front of the case.

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SOURCE: How to control Asus A6R Fn keyboard? when I type

It looks as though you have Numbers Lock turned on. On my Asus x58C this is tuned on and off using the blue Fn and NumLk keys. When its turned on there is a padlock symbol located above the keyboard which is lit. If it is, then hold down Fn then press NumLk and it should turn off. Hope this helps you

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