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How do you set the F Lock key so that it defaults to "on" position from boot up?

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    How do you set the F Lock key so that it defaults to "on" position from boot up?

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Is there a key on the keyboard that says F mode? if there is press this to set it to F mode and then it will stay that way until you press it again

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