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Vaio Jog Dial and Fn Keys in XP

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Chett, Sep 8, 2004.

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  1. Chett

    Chett Thread Starter

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    Is there any way I can get the Funtion (Fn) keys or the Jog Dial to work on my Sony Vaio PCG-SR17? I have tried the jog dial utilitiy and it dosnt seem to work, I have yet to see a Fn program for XP. Please help. Thank You.

    I r' The Chett!
     
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    Fn key can be activated through the BIOS.
     
  3. Chett

    Chett Thread Starter

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    K let me check.. :-( I dont see it... hmmm what would It be labled as exactly? Here is a list of the options I have.

    MAIN
    Date
    Time

    Advanced
    Primary IDE Adapter
    Secondary IDE
    Plug and Play O/S (Set to Yes)
    Logo Motion
    Processor Serial Number

    Security
    Macheine Password
    Set Macheine Password
    Power On Password

    Power
    CPU Preformance (Recommended)
    OS Control (Yes)
    CPU Speed (Auto)
    Resume On Time (Off)
    Resume Time (00:00:00)

    Boot
    1. ATAPI CD-ROM
    2. Hard Drive
    3. Diskette Drive


    And that is it, execpt for the exit screen. If there is any options I need to change let me know, I have had it this way since I got it. Thank You.

    El' Chett
     
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