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The term "LAN Driver" is meaningless without associating it with an Operating System and a specific item of Hardware. There is no such thing as a "LAN Driver".
There are only XP LAN Drivers, Vista LAN Drivers or Windows7 LAN Drivers, Mac OSX Tiger LAN Drivers. Mac OSX Leopard LAN Drivers, Mac OSX Lion LAN Drivers, Linux Red Hat LAN Drivers, Linux Ubuntu LAN Drivers, etc Although drivers seem to mainly be about hardware, they are actually mainly about software. The Driver does not physically control the Motherboard's Devices. The BIOS and the Operating System do. What the Driver does is (just like a human interpreter for a guest who speaks a different language from his host), introduce the Device to the Operating System and help them to communicate with one another, with the Driver taking instructions from both and passing it back and forth between them.
So when one mentions Drivers, one must also mention the Operating System it will be talking to. In order for that to be possible, the 2 must share a common language. If they do not, then the role of 'interpreter' is impossible, because, then neither the Driver nor the Device will be able to understand what the Operating System is saying.
Identify the Hardware and the Operating system and then you can find the drivers if drivers exist for the particular hardware and the Operating System in question.
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Could be several things:
1) Reinstall Driver for your keyboard via your computer manufacturer's website.
2) Reinstall Driver for your keyboard via Samsung's website.
3) Make sure it is plugged in properly.
4) Make sure your USB driver for the port it is plugged into is properly installed.
5) Check the cable.
6) Contact Samsung/Return Product
Check your battery, is it working properly ? Is the battery placed at right positions ? If this is correct then replace the battery with other one. If problem persists then re -install the driver. Also remember that wireless devices work only when they are used under their range pointing the devices. Such as when you use remote then it will only work when it is used pointing the computer at proper distance. So check all the issues.
u r pc is which Company.........? it not able To Support HP drivers. u find proper logitech multi media Driver it will work fine, u don't know hp not Support other Driver. it runnig with WINXP or VISTA,
I would put the disk that came with it in the cd and in my computer explore the disk. see if there is a folder for drivers. The specs say it will works with just about every operating system so you must have a vista driver on the disk. load the driver and re-initiate the keyboard and mouse. or reboot and see if it works better