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I work in finance and need for my F2 key to perform the F2 function, not turn down the volume on my speakers. How do I lock my keyboard to the actual functions instead of multimedia actions? Have tried pressing esc + fn at the same time, but this does not work.

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there is different keyboard, it is difficult to answer you without having the exact model
that said, if it is a kit supplied with the computer, we may only find general information
Most often, a function is used by pressing the FN key at the same time as the desired key.
And there is no workaround except for some laptops.



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The model number of the keyboard is TPC-C002K.

 

Why does this keyboard not inherit settings from the OS? I have it connected to a laptop. The functions keys on the laptop work as they should, but wireless keyboard is locked on multimedia functions. Why would they be different? I would hate to have to send this entire computer back because of a wireless keyboard.

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sorry i am looking for
this type of reference, does not give anything at hp directly, whereas we find some stuff via google, but nothing specific
I did not quite understand the remark with the laptop
But sometimes the keyboard is only 100% functional with the original computer I guess

for the moment I just found this on the net
https://fccid.io/E8HTPC-C002K/User-Manual/User-Manual-3450149
except that it is the manual of a computer not of the keyboard directly
but sometimes like i said thats all we can have
What is the model of the computer, therefore if purchased with it?
"would hate to have to send this entire computer back because of a wireless keyboard."
You know, that's not what I keep with the new hp computers, the keyboards are not like they used to be (except maybe with some models)
in any case, you can replace it with a more interesting model, and not necessarily very expensive



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I Googled and found the same manual that, as you noted, was not helpful.

 

I hear your point about just buying another keyboard, but if HP cannot even send a computer with a keyboard that functions correctly, they're not getting my money.

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