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Function key

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HP all in one 22-c0xx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I bought a new pc all in one 22-c0xx on September 2020. I want to disable functions key, but when I go to the bios settings there is no options like action key or other keyboard settings. Please help me to know the solution as soon as possible.

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The best solution is to replace the keyboard
There is no option in the bios, as for many laptops
Sometimes key reconfiguration software will work, but several users have reported that it does not work for them!
The best is therefore the keyboard, which does not have this type of option, or which can be configured.


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Prométhée
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The best solution is to replace the keyboard
There is no option in the bios, as for many laptops
Sometimes key reconfiguration software will work, but several users have reported that it does not work for them!
The best is therefore the keyboard, which does not have this type of option, or which can be configured.


Please remember to mark the answers this can help other users
please click on the accept as solution button if message provided an answer to the problem >

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