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make sure the kb turned on
make sure you got a good connection
make sure plus or usb connectors are clean
if you have ir or rf device make the rf box plugged in
than check the batteries in both devices
than push the button on the rf connector and keyboard at the same time and restart the computer.
than push rf connector the mouse button at the same time and restart the system again.
if the keyboard still not working try a different keyboard if bother keyboards do the same thing
turn off computer when you restart the computer push F11
go into cmos check keyboard turned on
F10 save and exit reboot.
Nope, the KB isn't completely clean - you have a key that is staying stuck down - (usually some dirt in it. Work out which keys - showly working through each of them - then pop the top off that key, and clean under it. Or get a Replacement KB.
You could try to find "new" drivers for download, but you are NOT likely to find any, *AND* any new drivers are NOT likely to solve your problem.
Try your keyboard in a different computer. If it still fails to work, it's necessary to replace the keyboard. If it works, try connecting that other keyboard to your computer.]
If that "other" keyboard works fine in the "other" computer, but does NOT work in your computer, then your keyboard is NOT the cause of the problem; instead, your computer has some other problem.
If you are on Vista (Maybe XP has it too), go to the Classic View in the Control panel/Default Programs. At the bottom click on "Set Program Access and Computer Defaults" From there, follow your nose back to the one you want--down carrets open some choices. My KB-0532 was set to "custom" and then it let me chose my browser, mail program, etc.
If it is not working only in specific games, then the issue is most likely with the game itself, or some settings therein. Your keyboard does not require a driver for the key to work. The generic drivers that come built-in with Vista should make any keyboard to work. A keyboard driver is only needed to program the hot keys and play/volume etc. functions.
Try the tilde key in Notepad or MS Word. If it works there, then the issue is with the game. You will have to refer to the game manual to find out how to program the key.
If, however, the key does not work in Notepad / Word either, then your keyboard is most likely defective.
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