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Where are Media Keys/Function keys options in BIOS?

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HP EliteBook 850 G6
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

The function keys F7, F8, F9 which are shared with hardware commands function in programs suddenly only by pressing them together with the fn-key. I was told that this could be adjusted with the options in BIOS under "Media Keys/Function keys". I could not find the suggested place in BIOS. Where and how do I have to change the required option that the programs can use the function keys without pressing also the fn-key? Thanks for your help.

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I can offer the following resource for you to check...

 

The document:

 HP PC Commercial BIOS (UEFI) Setup Administration Guide For Commercial Platforms using HP BIOSphere...

 

Introduction - Supported Models - Table 2.1 starting on Page 7

 

Main Menu and subsequent menus - descriptions starting on Page 10

System Options Menu - Page 28

Menu Description > Launch Hotkeys without FN keypress - Page 37

 

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