Question about Computers & Internet
Your keyboard has a special "Function key" (printed in blue). It is probably on the lower-left, next to the special Windows key or control key.
You also have several keys along the top row, also blue.
Hold the blue [Fn] and press the upper key that resembles a monitor. Release the two keys and wait a few seconds. If the monitor does not come on, wait a few more seconds, the press the two blue keys again. It will work.
By the way, the fluorescent lamp that creates the "backlight" for your laptop screen has burned out or the cable may be loose.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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