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Press the NumLK key and while holding press the blue Fn key then release both keys.By doing this you have now disable the 2nd funtion keys and your keyboard should funcion as normal.
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Posted on Jul 25, 2012
Try pressing the Fn, F12, and NumLock keys simultaneously. This should release the Fn lock.
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To fix it, just find and press the "Num Lk" or "Pad Lk" key again. (Note, sometimes these keys are themselves "Fn" keys, so you may, or may not, need to also hold down the "Fn" key to get the right function.) Often there is an indicator light associated with the setting.
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