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mautorre
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Re: function keys

I have the same problem!!!!!

 

Can some one help us resolve this issue please??

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fdl9044
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kariclix
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I have HP Pavilion g7. No hardware information came with computer.

 

Where can I find function keys explanations, i.e. what symbol on f 4 respresent, etc? :smileysad:

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dianna1234
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Re: function keys

Thank you for the manual.  It is what I wa looking for.

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lydiamalak
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when i conect my pc to projector it not work

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Eileen247
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What are all the f keys for? What does each one do?
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dudeappy
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Can you expalin whether the fn key changes keys at hardaware level or at some registry/ACPI level as i am unable to get a registerd keystroke on my HP pavilion dv6 3043tx for fn key brightness +/- and wifi key. Other function key were giving appropriate codes. Can you tell me why.

Thanks in advanced.

Also can you tell me the code for fn+backlight key for same model.

Sorry for bad english.

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Kalt
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Re: function keys

The action key feature is enabled at the factory. You can disable this feature in Setup Utility.

If this feature is disabled in Setup Utility, you will need to press fn and an action key to activate the

assigned function. Refer to the “Setup Utility (BIOS)” chapter for additional information.

 

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c02621738.pdf

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