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Function Keys for HP MINI 110??

Ok where are the function keys for the HP MINI 110?

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Re: Function Keys for HP MINI 110??

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Are you refering to fn key for f1-f12 keys?  If it fn key it is on the 2nd key from Lower bottom left hand corner... if you are talking about not able use f1-f12 key...You Can disable that functionality by disabling "Action Keys Mode" in the BIOS...
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Re: Function Keys for HP MINI 110??

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Hi Cyclops,


I was wondering whether you know if or when HP will release a BIOS update to add the "fn" keys application to the arrow keys.  I tried various keyboard remaps including "hotkey_ext.exe" but they interfere with MSWord, MSExcel, etc. ctrl+arrows fundtions so moving from browser to MSOffice requires turning off the remap.  I'm sure there are other software app interferences that use the ctrl+arrows functions.


I notice that the Mini 210 has a BIOS fix for the same "fn" problem.  I have a HP Mini 110-3015dx.  Can we get someone at HP to do the same for the 110-3000 series, which I see so many complaining on this forum and on reviews about the lack of this function?


By the way, I upgraded the BIOS to v F.14 (11/12/2010) but still doesn't work.


Many thanks.

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Re: Function Keys for HP MINI 110??

my netbook will not connect to internet i think i have accidently pressed the wrong function buttons and forgot what they are to turn it back on help please

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