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I recently bought a HP 245 G7 for WFH. The thing is this Function keys are so GODDAMN ANNOYING, to put it simply they most fn keys laptops have function like increasing brightness, volume and so on. Normally you would have to to hold FN+F(insert number) in order to activate that function but this laptop focken UNO reverse card and everytime i go to press the fn keys i keep getting reminded of this. The most annoying thing is that F1 is directly mapped to open microsoft support page in Edge.

 

Please tell me there is a solution to this!!

Lost Boi

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Check in BIOS, sometimes they have the setting to enable FN keys

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5 hours ago, DriftMan said:

enable FN keys

The option is named something like "Use media keys" so it might be easily missed.

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