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your keyboard utilizes keys F1-F10 as re-programmable function keys.to change your current pofile press the razer lycosa logo+functon key(f1-f10) or you can reset your keyboard to factory default settings by pressing the "Razer Logo" button for 15 seconds while the Razer Lycosa is connected to a powered on computer. NB: ALL CONFIGURATION SETTINGS WILL BE LOST WHEN YOU RESET THE RAZER LYCOSA TO FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS. ALL CONFIGURATION SETTINGS WILL NEED TO BE RE-ENTERED OR LOADED FROM THE CONTROL PANEL AFTER THE RAZER LYCOSA IS RESET.
to set the clock and date all you need to do is have it on the clock and date mode. If you have it on a different mode hold the function (FN) key and press mode (F9) to toggle through each of the modes until you get to the one you want.
Then, to set it hold the function (FN) key and press set (F10). Next type in the numbers that you need for the hour time, then the min, then select 12hr clock or 24 hour clock with arrows, then select the month with the arrows, and finally select the day with the arrows. pressing enter to get to each step respectively.
I have the same problem in Vista, I found a true and working solution apart of droping the mouse to the trash, ok, go to... http://www.a4tech.com/ go to the english version if you dont speak chinese, then find the driver for the mouse model ***-49Z, and there is the solution, GE isnt the builder of this mouse.
Press the Receiver button (and the lights will start
Then if the Keyboard isn't working, press the small RESET/CONNECT
button on the back of the board to connect the keyboard to the