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Laptop fn keys + brightness issue

Hey guys I have an ASUS M50Sseries model with a 15.4'' WXGA + display and I can't seem to adjust the screen brightness. To add to this some of my fn keys aren't working eg. fn plus the bluetooth key works but the internet one won't. All help will be appreciated thanks. :)

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You need to install an ATI Hotkey driver. Please go to this website and choose your model an operating system: http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-en You will then be shown a list of all drivers. There you should find the hotkey driver.

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