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Q: How do I use the System Keys on the Gateway M320 notebook?A: To use a system key to perform a specific function, press and hold down the Fn key, press the system key with the desired image on it, and then release both keys.
|Press and hold the FN key, and then press this system key...
||turn the status lights on or off.
||turn the optional wireless network on or off.
Warning: Radio frequency wireless communication can
interfere with equipment on commercial aircraft. Current
aviation regulations require wireless devices to be turned off while traveling in an airplane. 802.11G (also known as wireless Ethernet or Wifi) communication devices are examples of devices that provide wireless
Important: Your notebook came to you with the optional
wireless network turned off.
||to enter Standby mode. Press the power button to leave Standby mode.
toggle the display in the following order:
- Notebook display (default)
- External monitor (if connected)
- Both the notebook display and the external monitor (if an external monitor is connected)
||decrease the display brightness.
||increase the display brightness.
||play or pause a CD or DVD.
||stop a CD or DVD.
||play the previous track a CD or DVD.
||play the next track of a CD or DVD.
||turn on Num Lock so you can use the numeric keypad. Press this key combination again to turn off Num Lock. The Num Lock status indicator appears when this
function is turned on.