Question about Compaq Keyboard
The Moon is to put your PC to sleep and save energy when you are not using it. When your ready to ue it again, simply depress the on/off button once. The PC will wake up and be ready to go!
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Posted on Nov 23, 2009
Reboot the computer in Safe Mode by pressing F8 at boot up and selecting Safe Mode. Then go to Start->Control Panel->Keyboard. Here you will find settings of this keyboard. Disable the sleep mode. And your monitor will come alive. Whenever you have any problem you must first use the control panel and try your hands at DIY. But do remember what you did in what sequence to undo it later if need be.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
Ontrol key replace with fn key on left side
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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Press on the "Fn," or function, key. It is located in the bottom-left corner of the keyboard, typically next to the "Ctrl," or control, key. Do not depress it.
Press on the "F8" key, which is located in the middle of the Presario's top-most row of keys. You should now be holding down the two keys simultaneously. Small illustrations of a sun and half moon often accompany the F keys allowing you to adjust screen brightness.
Monitor the progress bar that appears on your screen as the brightness increases.
Release the two keys once you have achieved the desired brightness.
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