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Brighness fn key is not working except f10 and f11 no other fn key is working

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How to turn off the fn key


1 - Function Keys f1 through f122 - Configurable Function key fnDisable fn in the BIOSTo disable, or enable, the function key (fn) in the BIOS, do the following steps.
  1. Press the power button to turn on the computer.
  2. Press the f10 key to open the BIOS setup window.
  3. Use the right-arrow or left-arrow keys to navigate to the System Configuration option.c02035200.jpg
  4. Use the up-arrow or down-arrow keys to navigate to the Action Keys Mode option, and then press the enterkey to display the Enable / Disable menu.
  5. Select the desired mode:
    • Disabled : Requires pressing fn key + f1 through f12 to use the action as indicated on the action key.For example, if Disabled , pressing fn + f11 will mute the sound as indicated on the key on this model PC. Alternatively, pressing f11 only will minimize and maximize a web browser if open.The action keys may vary depending on the model of notebook.
    • Enabled : Requires pressing only f1 through f12 to use the action as indicated on the action keys.For example, if Enabled , pressing f11 only will mute the sound as indicated on the key on this model PC. Alternatively, pressing fn + f11 will minimize and maximize a web browser if open.The action keys may vary depending on the model of notebook.
  6. Press f10 key to save the selection and restart the computer.
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Laptops usually do not have dial buttons like normal monitors where you can manually change the brightness with a flick of a switch. However, to replace this, brightness control is usually put onto the keyboard. Try this:

1. Look at your keyboard and look for keys that look like they are marked to perform brightness/contrast control. These are usually symbols written in the F9, F10 and F11 keys but may vary for different manufacturers

2. These keys are usually accessed using another key (the Fn Key). Therefore, while pressing the Fn Key, click on the F9/F10/F11 buttons to play with the brightness control settings

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