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I do not get anything on my laptop display, it will lighten and darken with the fn F6/F7 keys, but no display, works on a regular minotor, the computer works fine. Thank you.

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Display brightness is not reduced.


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Locate the Fn (Function) key on your keyboard. It may be on the bottom left side with dark blue letters. Locate the two "brightness" keys near the top of the keyboard. These will be in the "F" keys, possibly if F6 and F7. They should have little sun pictures or something similar to indicate brightness. Hold down the Fn key while pressing F7, or whichever "F" key your laptop uses to increase brightness. Tap F7 repeatedly until you reach the desired brightness. Fn must be held down as you continue to tap.

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The screen is really dark


Locate the Fn (Function) key on your keyboard. It may be on the bottom left side with dark blue letters. Locate the two "brightness" keys near the top of the keyboard. These will be in the "F" keys, possibly if F6 and F7. They should have little sun pictures or something similar to indicate brightness. Hold down the Fn key while pressing F7, or whichever "F" key your laptop uses to increase brightness. Tap F7 repeatedly until you reach the desired brightness. Fn must be held down as you continue to tap. Hope this helps.

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PCG 5-K8P display lost brightness


Locate the Fn (Function) key on your keyboard.

It may be on the bottom left side with dark blue letters.


Locate the two "brightness" keys near the top of the keyboard.

These will be in the "F" keys, possibly if F6 and F7.

They should have little sun pictures or something similar to indicate brightness.


Hold down the Fn key while pressing F7, or whichever "F" key your laptop uses to increase brightness.


Tap F7 repeatedly until you reach the desired brightness.

Fn must be held down as you continue to tap.

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F buttons description


F1 - Security System

1

Press and hold the "Fn" key on the lower left-hand corner of your Toshiba keyboard.


2

Press the "F1" key to activate the security system.


Your laptop's screen will go blank so others can't see what you are working on or accessing.


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3

Press any key or touch the touchpad to exit the security mode.


F2 - Power Save Mode

4

Press and hold the "Fn" key.


5

Press the "F2" key to activate the Power Save mode and make changes to how your laptop handles operating on battery or AC power.


6

Press "Fn" and the "F2" key again to exit the power save mode.


F3 - Standby Mode

7

Press and hold the "Fn" key.


8

Press the "F3" key to place your laptop in Standby mode.

The Standby dialog box will appear.


9

Verify you want to enter Standby mode. Press the power button on your Toshiba laptop to exit Standby mode.


F4 - Hibernation Mode

10

Press and hold the "Fn" key.


11

Press the "F4" key to activate the Hibernation mode and save whatever documents and files that are open to your hard drive.


12

Verify you want to enter Hibernation mode. Press the power button on your Toshiba laptop to exit Hibernation mode.


F5 - Active Display Device/F6 and F7 - Toshiba LCD Screen Brightness

13

Press and hold the "Fn" key.


14

Press the "F5" key to change your laptop's active display device from the laptop screen to an external monitor.


15

Click on the display configuration you want: displaying on both the laptop and external monitor; only on the laptop; only on the external monitor; or a specific screen resolution.


16

Press and hold "Fn" and "F5" to accept the new display settings. Press and hold "Fn" and "F5" again to return to your laptop's display only.


17

Press and hold the "Fn" key.


18

Press the "F6" key to decrease your laptop's screen brightness. Press the "F7" key to increase the brightness.


F8 - Wireless Connection/Bluetooth

19

Press and hold the "Fn" key.


20

Press the "F8" key to select the wireless Internet or Bluetooth connection you want to use.


21

Press and hold "Fn" and "F8" to make your selection. Release the keys to confirm your selection.


F9 - Touchpad Control

22

Press and hold the "Fn" key.


23

Press the "F9" key to enable your laptop's touchpad.


24

Press and hold "Fn" and "F9" again to disable the touchpad.


F10 and F11 - Numeric Keypad/F12 - Scroll Lock

25

Press and hold the "Fn" key.


26

Press the "F10" key to enable your Toshiba laptop's numeric keypad.


27

Press and hold "Fn" and "F11" to enable the cursor control keys on the numeric keypad.


28

Press and hold the "Fn" and "F10" or "F11" key to disable the numeric keypad or cursor control keys.


29

Press and hold the "Fn" key.


30

Press the "F12" key to lock your cursor on a specific line of text. Press and hold "Fn" and "F12" to turn scroll lock off.


hope this helps




Sep 25, 2012 | Toshiba Satellite A100-S8111TD Notebook

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The Fn+F6 doesn't work.


try Fn+F7. That is if it is an acer

Apr 01, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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What is the couse that toshiba f6 and f7 key doesn't work to reduce braitness of the pc


To increase or reduce brightness you will need to press the Fn key on your laptop as well. It is located either on the bottom right of your keyboard or bottom left (or both).
Click Fn button and keep it pressed and then press the F6 or F7 buttons.

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I have an hp ze2000. I hooked it up to an external monitor. When I unhooked it and restarted it my laptop screen now stays blank. Who knows the answer to this?


I think you have to reset through setup F12 or is it F8 restart and push one or the other, then locate menu for screen click to enable.

Haven't come across this before. Best I can suggest?

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Light off on screen. Someone dimmed the light.


Compaq says to DECREASE the screen brightness for your specific model, use the fn key in combination with the F7 key (basically, hold down the fn key and press and release the F7 key). That most likely means that the Function key to INCREASE the screen brightness is usually on one side or the other (F6 or F8). Also, look for what the other User suggested; the function key should have a picture of a sun or sunburst. Hope this helps.
Keith Stoffer
Comptia A+ Certified Technician (20+ years)

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