I dont seem to know how to get my ps3´s wireless keypad working.
After I turn the wireless keypad on, i try typing with it but it doesn´t seem to work at all. All the lights, that im supposing are suppose to light up, are lighting up once i turn it on, but once i try using it, i get no results.
What am I doing wrong?
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I am not familiar with this particular keyboard, but it sounds like you are not finding that symbol (@) on the keyboard. On most keyboards it seems to be the shift of the "2" key (at the top of the keyboard, not on a separate number keypad). I checked keyboards from three manufacturers, and that was the case on all three. However, if that key is not working properly, you could define "(a)" or something similar to be auto-corrected to the "@" symbol. Finally, you could try typing the ASCII character by a keystroke combination such as Alt-0064. In MS Word, when I type that combination (make sure to use the numeric keypad, not the number row keys), I get the "@" symbol. The same works in many programs.
Somebody in the office seems to have played a practical joke on you guys. They may have interchanged the mice and the keypad. Just interchange the mice and keyboard, so that each belongs to the rightful place. If that is not the case, the ID's have mixed up. Not to worry. Reconfiguring the ID's is not a big deal. It is easier to refer to the manual on the link below than writing each step. Again not to worry. it takes only a few minutes get this back to normal.
www.targus.com/us/downloads/PAKP003_UG.pdf Pay attention to page 4, 5 and 6.
The manufacturer no longer has the drivers on its web site nor could I find drivers on any of the archive sites I?m aware of. If you?re in love with this mouse I would try emailing Sakar (http://www.sakar.com/about.aspx) to see if they will send you the drivers for your operating system. If that doesn?t work you could try just letting Windows try to find/install the best driver it has. If that doesn?t work it just might be time for an upgrade.