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Try installing the "Sony Shared Library" and the "Sony Notebook Control Device Drive".

First install the Sony Shared Library, restart the Computer and then install the "Sony Notebook Control Device Driver" (restart the Computer again).

NOTE: Sony Shared Library is the system component which makes the download and installation of Drivers and Applications compatible with the Computer. While "Sony Notebook Control Device Drive" is utility which will enable the Function keys in the Computer.

Check this Link to download these Utilities.

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=PCGFRV27

The Sony Shared Library will be listed under "System Components - 1 file(s)" and Sony Notebook Control Device Driver will be under "Notebook Control and Utilities - 1 file(s)".


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My function keys doesn't work in my laptop toshiba satellite c660-a047


The function key, labeled "Fn" and located in the lower-left corner of your keyboard, is a useful feature. By pressing "Fn" along with one of the numbered function keys at the top of the keyboard (F1 through F12), you can adjust your screen brightness, enable and disable your touchpad or wireless modem, lock your computer and complete a variety of other tasks. These keys will not work if the "Fn" key is not pressed along with them. While the "Fn" key itself does not turn on and off, there are settings that can make it behave differently, or seem to be disabled.

Click "Start," then "All programs" or "Programs," then "Toshiba." Select "Utilities," then "Accessibility." Place a checkmark in the box to make sure the "Fn" key will work whether you press it simultaneously with the F1 through F12 keys or immediately before pressing those keys. Customize the other options on the screen, then click "OK." Test your "Fn" key. One of the easiest ways to do this is by pressing "Fn" and "Esc" at the same time. This toggles the sound on your computer on and off, and will show a speaker icon on your screen if it works. Press "Fn" and "Num lock" at the same time if the "Fn" key still does not work. Use the "F11" key if your laptop has no "Num Lock" key. Test the "Fn" key again, using the same method as in Step 4. Locate a licensed repair technician if the key still is not working. A hardware issue may be at fault. Hope this helps.

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It changes from laptop brand to other,
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I'v provided a link for you to go to for the full list of "F" functions and what they
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http://www.ehow.com/list_5941452_laptop-keyboard-functions.html

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The Fn keys are usually used with other keys for different functions. Like it is used with the up arrow key to increase the brightness of your display. Fn alone doesn show up anything.
If you meant that Fn key along with other keys dint work, then reinstall your keyboard driver. This might help.


~regards,
Jegan

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