Question about Dell Inspiron 1501 Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
There is no driver required to use the function keys. You just need to use the function (fn) like a shift key. Hold the function (fn) key and then press the according function key.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Turn off the system.
Turn on and press Ctrl+F11 immediately. It will take you to the DELL Complete PC restore which will help you restore to factory settings.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
Click here and click the link to download all on the upper right hand side of the page. Instruction are embedded in the page and the download themselves for each individual download, including what they do and so on...... Unzip and installation of all these is highly recommended to restore your system back to factory functionality......i assure you that the battery meter shortcut is not the only function missing from your system.....you just haven't found the rest yet, and may never need them for that matter, but still i do recommend installing all the downloads that are available for your device, and don't worry, if there is anything that needs to be overwritten during installation, let if overwrite...you'll be just fine.....
so there ya go, sry i cant walk you through the whole process but there wouldn't be enough room for me to spell it all out on here.
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Posted on Oct 08, 2009
SOURCE: dell inspiron keyboard issue?
There is a keystroke combo that enables or disables those keys.
They should work. Can't remember the keystroke, but it's a FN plus one of the keys--should be a symbol on the keyboard.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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