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Re: cdma mg880 cd not working need drivers
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
If the MOUSE isn’t working, push the small RESET/CONNECT button
on the back of the mouse to connect to the receiver. Then they
should work okay.
Hope this helps. Bud
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Hi there,You can try and get this Driver. The mouse is the same. Its called the Steelseries Reaper Edge Gaming mouse. Drivers are the same as your Ideazon.http://steelseries.com/support/downloads Just search for the driver software there. Hope it helps
You may need to install updated drivers for the keyboard for it to function properly. If the keyboard came with a CD insert the CD and install the drivers to see if this helps. If not, I would recommend going to microsoft.com and checking for any available updates as they may have device drivers.
I am unable to find a site for Kinyo keyboard drivers directly.
I've had a couple of these keyboards since 2001 as well. When using it with XP my take is this:
1) some of the extra key functionality is done within the keyboard and the rest is done through the driver. 2) The driver is ancient and even precedes XP. 3) XP interprets some of the top row buttons rather than passing them to the driver (thus they will never be seen by the driver). This was not the case with Windows 2000.
Your choice now is to use either : 1) use it without the driver (the scroll wheel will not work but all of the buttons on the left will work). This is what I do. 2) install the driver and the scroll wheel will work, some of the buttons on top will be passed to the driver and you can make them launch a few apps. The other top buttons will launch specific MS apps regardless of what you configure it to do. The left forward and backwards buttons will only work with Internet Explorer - not Firefox, etc.
Take your pick. I have looked all over the world for an updated driver and I don't think there is one. I even looked at the patent documentation to see if I could figure out how to write my own.
Use the control panel to uninstall the driver. If you want to reinstall the driver it does NOT remember settings from last time. It just works so poorly that you might think that something like that is happening. If you still think that is the case use regedit and search for relevant entries and delete them.
The extras keys would need the device driver or a software for the system to identify them.May be your hard drive repairs corrupted these drivers or removed them from the system. Find the driver/software for the key board and install it.If its already there uninstall and re install it again. That should fix the problem