Windows 10: Volume Keys not Working

  1.    01 Jan 2017 #1

    Volume Keys not Working


    Toshiba Satellite model L55-A5226, W10 Anniversary Home.
    For a while now the sound volume keys don't work at all, neither does mute. I know I can adjust sound other ways, but I like the convenience of using the keys. There have been no recent updates that I'm aware of or anything new that may have caused this.
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  2.    01 Jan 2017 #2

    Go to the Toshiba support site and download and install the relevant Toshiba Windows 10 'System Driver' 'System Settings' and 'Function Key' applications. The latter should make an appearance in the Start-up Tab of the Task Manager.

    I used to have that problem with Windows 8.1 of the Special function keys sometimes stopping working, in that case going to the Desktop Assist and the System settings > Function Key application would restart the special functions.

    However since Windows 10 no problems.
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