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Where is function key ?

I m installing windows xp and i wann press f8 but not in keyboard .. please telll me
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  • deeppurohit4 Sep 12, 2009

    no ,i m using purchase with dotstation key board with italian language.

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    Can you borrow a full-size keyboard to use?

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I can understand your problem . On the top row there are 12 buttons with no letters of f1,f2........ The 8th button from left is f8 . ( Probably with a fig of book drawn on it .)

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Sir,
Definetly u want keyboard to press F8 for installating OS. Get another keyboard and connect it.
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What do you mean its not in keyboard, the f1-f12 keys are on the top of the keyboard. On somekeyboards you have to press the FN key so that it will make those active instead of being other quick launch keys. In that case the FN key is near the 10 key on the top right of the keyboard.

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