moderated Re: Windows update changing function keys
This also happen in my Lenovo laptop and a few Lenovo laptops that I played with while helping someone to install Windows 10. I suspect the update which are listed as "firmware update" will restore the BIOS settings to default, which means you'll have to go into BIOS and set back the FN key function.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
If you install the BIOS update through the lenovo vantage utility, it will also do the same, resetting your BIOS settings to its original default. It is always recommended to load default config after a BIOS update, but in this case, well it will just cause a little inconvenient to usto go back and set the FN key function. For my case I just use the Be My Eyes app and contact Microsoft support which, they are very helpful as long as you can position your camera according to instructions.
From: Soronel Haetir
Sent: Wednesday, April 21, 2021 4:04 AM
Subject: Re: Windows update changing function keys
Unfortunately I've experienced several times where a bios update
You're right that it shouldn't but "shouldn't" and "doesn't" are not
the same thing.
On 4/20/21, Chris via groups.io <email@example.com> wrote:
Even a firmware update should not change any settings