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The best option is a recovery CD from the manufacturer.
It would be legit and have all drivers and software that was installed on the netbook.
The netbook would be as it came from the factory.

This is because I have had no luck in finding the software/drivers that would get the function keys working.
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I agree with 123Runner on this one.
Having the original Recovery Disks would guarantee the correct drivers for everything but also that the system will be brought back to a state of factory settings.
It also gives you a legitimate OS with key code.
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i have bought a " genuine" key. it says my windows is activated but it hasnt passed the logo testing? are these related at all? because if its not genuine im going to have to take this up with someone so i can sort this out so i need all the info i can get on this. thanks!
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Should not be related.
Please rerun magic jellybean and make sure your key is the one installed.
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