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How to close Keyboard Model ERK-321a Fn key functions

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Only have keybpoard erk-321a
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My computer is not HP's product, but I bought a wireless keyboard with model erk-321a. It works well, but there is only one problem. Its FN keys is used as a shortcut key and cannot be turned off,if there is a way to turn it into a traditional FN key function?
tks a lot.

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@IceyWeng , welcome to the Community.


The multimedia keyboards are designed to use the media functions by default and use the Fn key to use the F function.  You may be able to find a third-party app that will change this function.  Otherwise, there is no way to make the change in the BIOS/UEFI.


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You can close Keyboard Model ERK-321 an Fn key functions by using these simple steps:-


  1. Look on your keyboard for the "Fn" key and hold it down. ...
  2. Locate the "Num Lock" or "Num Lk" key, whichever way it may appear on your keyboard. ...
  3. Hold down and press the "Fn" + "Shift" + "Num Lk" keys all at the same time to turn off the "Function" key, if the above step didn't work.
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