I just bought a wireless keyboard but i don't know how to set it up if it needs to be set up.Ive went on their website and the keyboard is discontinued!!!! How can use my ketboard or can you plz help me if you can to set this thing up? Thanks in Advance.
Wireless keyboards and mice generally come with a reciever that either plugs into a usb port or your ps2 port on your pc. Once you have this connected to your pc and you have ensured that there are batteries in your keyboard. Press the connect button the reciever then the connect button on your keyboard and it should work. Without the software for the keyboard you may only just be able to use it as a normal keyboard (wirelessly of course), with the software you could enable other functions on the keyboard if it has any.
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(strongly) believe this is a repackaging of the EZ-8000, KB730, etc
keyboards. It was sold in several form factors and under several different brands. If so, the last and only driver I know of was written for Windows 2000.
I have respond problems with those other models so you might get something out of looking at my other posted "solutions".
The keyboard and the mouse work on different wireless sensors. Your wireless keyboard should have come with a receiver too. Unless the mouse and keyboard came together as a set, you'll need two different receivers. Check the battery compartment of the keyboard for the sensor. Some models have a hidden area there to store the usb key for the keyboard.
The only exception is if the keyboard is bluetooth, and your computer already has a bluetooth receiver in it (many laptops and phones come with this feature, lately). You will have to check the website for your keyboard's manufacturer to download drivers. You may also be able to order a replacement USB key for it, but I've never been able to. :P
Best bet is to contact the guy you bought the keyboard from and ask him/her: "Where's the USB receiver for this keyboard you sold me?"
Since iMacs are not primarily designed to run with equipment like this (They can run it, but the equipment usually says 'No! I don' know what you are!') Try using the apple Magic mouse. (I'm not sure if they have a W/L keyboard.)
after replacing the batteries u will c a small connect button on the wireless usb receiver on the computer as well as the connect button on the mouse and the keyboard,,press it on the adapter and then on the keyboard and teh mouse to get all of them resynchronized
Go to Control Panel.
1. Click on Keyboard.
2. When the Keyboard Properties come up, CLICK on Key Settings.
3. Then set up the keys by selecting the Key to be changed.
Hope this will help some. Bud