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Toshiba M60-182 Instant play Buttons

Hello there, wonder if someone could help. I have the Toshiba M60-182 laptop and the instant play buttons stopped working a few weeks ago. You know, they ones just below the screen for the music. I've been in the Control Panel to see what I can do with the TOSHIBA CONTROLS Menu and I reassigned them but they still don't work. Any Idea's. Please help. You know how annoying it is to have a fx. and it doesn't work? haha Any help would be appreciated. Thank you. {FoX}

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I would check Toshiba's website for any software updates and also check Device Manager and make sure the hardware is recognized.

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