Question about Microsoft K5100141 Keyboard
can someone help please, i have a single key issue, the trouble with this is my keyboard is wireless and my mouse too, it is a microsoft keyboard i bought at a fair, however i can't remember which stall i got it from.Upon typing i would do an e-mail and check back and noticed the "r" or "R" would be missing.
So naturally i popped the key off to inspect and could see no signs of damage etc, i am not a user that "thumps" down on the keyboard in general, but this is real annoying and i am simply not getting anything from this particular letter at all, my only solution is to have a "example of r & R on a note pad on my desktop and copy and paste when needed, its getting a real pain to do this and wondered if there was a solution or is it a new mouse and keyboard?
My problem is at present i have a young family and things are tight at present with the current situation, any solutions would be appreciated.
Simon (using pc at work)
That is a strange one indeed, it only points to the conclusion that the key is damaged when pressed down, so it does not read.
Have you installed the software for the mouse and keyboard? I don't know if it would make any difference at all but it is worth a try.
try here to download the software, entering your model number etc...
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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