Microsoft wireless comfort keyboard 1.0A problem with games
Hello, I have a wireless comfort keyboard 1.0A, and when I play games like racing or first body shooters I need to use the "w" knob or the up arrow for long periods of time, after about 10 seconds it stops pressing the knob by itself and I need to get my finger of the knob and press it again, so as you can understand it is really annoying... I couldn't find any solution on the web, but I found other people that it happened to them, and they didn't find a solution either.. Hope you can help me, Eitan
my microsoft comfort keyboard is not working
Re: Microsoft wireless comfort keyboard 1.0A problem with...
Wireless keyboards shut down after not detecting changes in input over a time period. This is usually Hardware related in the keyboard to base station so there is no way to fix it using the particular keyboard.
My recommendation would be to go to a USB corded keyboard which would not have to have the power restrictions that a wireless one does.
Alternately if using a first person shooter, tap the strafe keys while you are running long distances, or in racing tap a unused key to keep the keyboard in alive transmit mode.
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hello, attach the mouse and keyboard receiver to the PC and make sure to install the drivers if it not plug and play. the drivers usually come in a CD plate giving to you when you buy the keyboard and mouse. once that is done make sure the mouse and keyboard are turned on. ie, you must have inserted the battery into the source and usually a switch will be there to turn it on. hope it helps
Open the Accessibility control panel and see if the sticky keys function is turned on, or if there is a hot key combination that turns it on. If you don't find anything pertinent in Accessibility, check the Keyboard and Mouse control panel for a similar function. (I must confess to having little experience with Win 7 to date, so some things may be in different places than I'm used to finding them.)
If you haven't already done so, check the optional updates on the
Windows Update page at Microsoft.com for an updated driver/control
panel package for your keyboard.
Observe that the computer or keyboards are wirless compartible. For example, wireless devices prior installed programs either as buiting plug and play also require compartibility the computer systems. Usually, microsoft wireless devices either keyboard ro mouses least captures functionlity with apple mac that may also be wireless. Also ascertain the devices innovativeness. For example, prior computer least allowed to recognise wireless especially with builtin functions of plug and play are least recognisable at connnection. Once the computer has least recognised the peripheral devices after obersavtion or number attempts is indication of incompartibility. Refer the user guides either from the computer or wireless device to attain setup instructions and methods of attaining an experience.
it depends upon the game .... but while the popular games are being developed... they use the mouse to adjust the firing and all ...and the navigation buttons on the keyboard to navigate the player.. in my opinion you should use the JOYSTICK if you don't want to use the mouse and keyboard...