i didn't clean intstall just update w11Now that you have our attention...
Would you normally have to press an additional key to get the keys to perform as function keys? My Lenovo laptop is like that.
If so, I presume that you need special drivers for that. I'm a bit surprised that the drivers didn't survive an upgrade installation. Or did you do a clean install?
Xiaomi drivers seem to be a bit hard to find.
I would have expected the drivers to be retained.i didn't clean intstall just update w11
good to hear that, but where did you get the 120 build? i switched between beta and dev channels but still no 120, ps: im checking it on windows 10 since i rolled it back after encountered the hotkeys problemsI had a problem with FN brightness keys with previous updates on my laptop that was fixed with 22000.120.
good to hear that, but where did you get the 120 build? i switched between beta and dev channels but still no 120, ps: im checking it on windows 10 since i rolled it back after encountered the hotkeys problems
After having problems with 10-->11 update, I created an ISO from UUP dump (this was build 10.0.22000.100) and made a clean install on a second partition on my SSD thereby having a dual boot system. I still had problems with FN brightness keys with this build (FN volume keys were working though). I then joined Beta insider on this build and then updated to build 10.0.22000.120 when it became available. Fn brightness keys then started working correctly.
I would suggest creating an ISO file of build 10.0.22000.120 and doing a clean install.