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Buttons don't work

I try to use the buttins just above the key board (e.g. help new reply save print print screen etc)
I can't my instructions that came with the set and I want to print what is on my screen at that moment to send to someone. Can you help me get these buttons working
Thanks
Naida

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  • Naida Kellerman Feb 23, 2008

    That is the problem the print screen button and all the other sgortcut buttons in that row do not respond I need to find out how to get them to work

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2009

    prtsc button doesn't work. Already tried everything. prtsc, ctrl+prtsc, alt+prtsc, fn+prtsc. Nothing.

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2009

    bamma boy,    Dude, the button is not responding, check your head

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Hit printscreen, then open mspaint to paste what you have taken the shot of.

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