No Insert and SysRq keys on e220s??

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  1. materemias

    materemias Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi,

    I've just received my Edge e220s, and I am shocked that not only the SysRq key is completely missing, but I also cannot find the Insert key. is there a key combination how I could get those commands?

    thank you in advance.

    rs
     
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    materemias Notebook Enthusiast

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    Actually Insert is not there. I have Home, End and Delete keys on the top right corner. delete and esc keys are double sized.
    this is E220s.

    see this image:
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  4. Amika

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    did a bit a search for you, and found one chinese user manual from lenovo for e220s and it said these:-
    Fn+B= break
    Fn+P= pause
    Fn+S= sysrq
    Fn+C= ScrLK
    Fn+I= insert

    please try and let us know if it's work or not...
     
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    and it works!!!!!
    thank you ;)
     
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    *facepalm*

    Derp keyboard looks derp.
     
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    great to know it's work.. you're welcome....:p
     
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    what do you think how could I use something like
    ctrl+alt+sysrq+s? :)

    edit: Fn+s (releasing fn) +u +b (any commands you want to add after sysrq) does it :)
    sysrq+s (sync) is so not possible
     
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