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After replacing damaged keypad with a new [url="http://allegro.pl/show_item.php?item=2903367692"]one[/url], I have swapped the Fn key functions with Ctrl keys. May know how to fix it?

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You might want to install some drivers.

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Did you physically change the keys? Or did you use the BIOS to accomplish this?

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[quote name='LogicalApex' timestamp='1359557527' post='595489954']
Did you physically change the keys? Or did you use the BIOS to accomplish this?
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Keys can not be changed physically, because they are different sizes, in the BIOS can not see such an option :(

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Possibly the wrong model? Check that the Dell Part numbers match.

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[quote name='LogicalApex' timestamp='1359557527' post='595489954']
Did you physically change the keys? Or did you use the BIOS to accomplish this?
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This is possible on Lenovos and I wouldn't be surprised if you can in a newer Dell to. Update the BIOS and check again, also reset to defaults and see if it makes any changes.

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