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Former Employee
Posts: 206
Registered: ‎04-23-2008
Location: US
Message 31 of 32 (5,725 Views)

Re: Fn+F5, Fn+F7 Combinations Not Working

I think that if you are going to all this trouble to get FN+F7 missing then you are missing the point of why it's not available - which is because you don't need it anymore.  Windows + P does it much more simply, and even can tell the position of the screens based on which screen you plug in.

I am a former employee not a support professional so any help I offer here is as a fellow user.
What's DOS?
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎05-01-2011
Location: Moscow
Message 32 of 32 (5,625 Views)

Re: Fn+F5, Fn+F7 Combinations Not Working

TermService: The service doesn't work and Fn+F5  doesn't work.


TermService: The service works  and Fn+F5  work.


 Woman Wink


OS information: Microsoft Windows XP
OS version: 5.10.2600   Service Pack 3
Processor: x86 Family 6 Model 14 Stepping 12
Memory: 3 135 852 kb
BIOS version: 2.26  (79ETE6WW)
Machine type-Model: 1951WU5 <- (T60)


Hotkey Features Integration for Windows 3.33.0002 (2011/03/25)


README for Hotkey Features Integration :



- The command line control for 'Wireless switching hot key (Fn+F5)' feature
  It is available to control the wireless radio using the following command;

    C:\Program Files\Lenovo\HOTKEY\TpFnF5.exe [PARAMETER]

    The following parameters are defined;
    /WLON, /WLOFF    Turn on/off internal 802.11.
    /BTON, /BTOFF    Turn on/off internal Bluetooth.
    /WANON, /WANOFF  Turn on/off internal WAN.
    /UWBON, /UWBOFF  Turn on/off internal UWB.
    /ALLON, /ALLOFF  Turn on/off any radio at once.

- The Windows Terminal Service (WTS) should not be disabled since this utility
  uses the WTS function