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Keyboard stuck in Fn mode

I've tried several combination keys to release this (as mentioned on other sites) but none seem to work on this one. An external keyboard works fine. If I hold down the Fn key, the keys on the right side of the keyboard function properly. Any other ideas? Thanks.

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  • Teresa Clark May 10, 2008

    No, I haven't tried that combination but I will now and let you know! Thanks!

  • kingbeach May 31, 2008

    my laptop keyboard will only type the regular keys if I hold the function key down. when I release the funtion key it treats the keys as if in function mode..ex 123 (w/o function key pressed) jkl (with key pressed) any ideas? this just started today...nothing changed when restarted...

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Had the same prob on my laptop which doesn't have a seperate number pad so all I needed to do was to press "Num lock".

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Hello

did you tried to press FN plus scroll lock.


Thankyou

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The solution is simple - you need to Simultenously press the Fn and the Insert key

that should sort your problem out

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