Satellite L300 - error 0x800423F3 system restore

System Restore stopped working 'transient' error 0x800423F3 on my Satellite L300 series, now lost the function of brightness FN key?

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Hey,.

I m confused what do you mean with system restore? Toshiba Recovery disk recovery facility or what exactly?

The FN keys are controlled by value added and Flash Cards Support utility package. These two tools, which you can download here:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com

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