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Fn key not functioning

I might have delited the driver for the Fn key, How can I repair it?

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  • ales1 Feb 15, 2008

    Thank you I went to Sony.com and reinstalled the utility It warks fine now AG

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The best bet would be check your oem website for drivers becus the drivers maybe be for specific models.

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