12-05-2008 06:43 PM - edited 12-11-2008 03:21 PM
Fn + F1 = Lock your computer
Fn + F2 = Power Plan
Fn + F3 = Sleep
Fn + F4 = Hibernate
Fn + F5 = Toggle display output
Fn + F6 = Brightness down
Fn + F7 = Brightness up
Fn + F8 = Enable / Disable WiFi and Bluetooth(if there is)
Fn + F9 = Enable / Disable Touchpad
Fn + F10 = Enable / Disable Scroll lock
Fn + F11 = Enable / Disable Number pad
Fn + Esc = Speakers On/Off
**This will only work if you are already inside windows and you have your desktop up.
Oops i forgot the other keys... but hope this can help
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12-10-2008 04:19 PM
12-11-2008 03:20 PM
OK, got the idea, however, at this moment, my touch pad has been disabled by inadvertantly hitting the F9. Now I would like my touchpad back. Do I hit Fn + F9 while booting, or at any time?
Yes, just press the Fn combination to enable it while you are on your "Desktop screen" not while booting.
12-18-2008 06:46 AM
01-27-2009 06:23 PM
My cat likes to walk across my keyboard and do creative things. The result of her last walk and plop down on my keyboard was that my touchpad no longer worked. I had an old USB mouse which worked fine. I did a search and found the FN keys. FN F9 did restore the touchpad, but when I went to type the FN keys that are on the right hand of the pad were locked in place. So o became a right arrow, j the end key etc.
I finally looked carefully and there was a tiny green light on under the F10 key - which is reportedly the scroll lock. FN F10 took the light off and now I can type.
I also finally found the way to lock the FN keys so I can use the numberic key pad on FN since there is no separate keypad on my satellite P35 S611 keyboard (thank your toshiba).
Thanks to this thread it put me in the right direction with only an hour of frazzled nerves.
02-07-2009 04:09 PM