Posted 07 June 2007 - 08:17 PM
There should be a lock of somesort...similar to caps lock, and what it does. It should be pressed to "lock in" your function keys. Pressing it again should "unlock" your function keys, allowing them to do their native actions.
If you don't have a button on your keyboard that will do this, then you can try looking in some sort of options (if you have options) and looking for a disable feature. If you don't have options, then you can always uninstall the keyboard (the software that came with it), restart your computer and let Windows install it. That should disable the functions....but it will probably disable all the "extra" functions on the keyboard as well, which may defeat the purpose of having a keyboard that has those extra functions.
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