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Hotkey driver

2019-02-10, 12:05 PM

Hello,

 

I reinstaled the windows 10 in my laptop (Lenovo Ideapad 120S-11IAP). And hotkeys on keyboard is not function now (volume up fn+F3, volume down fn+f2, mute fn+f1 etc). 

 

What driver do I have to  instal? On your page with driver for my laptop in not any hotkey driver. 

 

https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/cs/products/laptops-and-netbooks/100-series/120s-11iap/downloads

 

 

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Re: Hotkey driver

2019-03-10, 15:07 PM

Does anybody know any solution?

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Re: Hotkey driver

2019-03-13, 18:59 PM

Hi Tommynho! Welcome to Community Forums.

 

How did you reinstall Windows 10? Check if the Hotkey option is enabled in BIOS. Here's the guide to go to BIOS https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/ht500216.

 

 

Also, download Lenovo Vantage https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/lenovo-vantage/9wzdncrfj4mv and enable Hotkey under Hardware Settings then go to Input options.

 



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Re:Hotkey driver

2021-01-12, 15:01 PM

Still, doesn’t work even if that was enabled. Please help.

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Re:Hotkey driver

2021-01-12, 17:08 PM

I have same problem too. Hotkey Mode is enabled in Bios, but hotkey doesn´t work...

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Re:Hotkey driver

2021-01-13, 0:19 AM

Check it again if it is enabled. There is an issue when installing oruninstalling Lenovo Vantage (and the background service framework for it), it tends to flip this hotkey mode switch. The BIOS setting gets changed from within Windows, without user intervention, without me asking for it, which is scary.

 

So even if you had set it up correctly, it is possible that it got changed.

 

There isn't a driver you need for this on Windows 10. But make sure to have the chipset driver, the audio driver, graphics driver, Lenovo energy management AND Lenovo vantage service installed. (which is installed side by side with Lenovo vantage from Microsoft Windows 10 store)

The latter (Lenovo Vantage service) is not required for this to work but can flip it on or off so try it.

 

Some of the hotkeys are controlled by the audio driver and the graphics driver. If those are performing incorrectly then repair those first.

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