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If still the same run the SYSTEM RESTORE. Go to START, ACCESSORIES, SYSTEM TOOLS, SYSTEM RESTORE and choose restore date that your computer keyboard works fine. Use other restore dates if necessary. regards
Not to be smart, but the same thing was happening to me and I realized the Num Lock needs to be activated on the keypad AND on your laptop. I did not have it activated on my laptop and I was realizing the same problems.
Try pressing your numlock (top left of the keypad) and try the numbers again. Try your keyboard in another computer -- if they still dont work, you have a hardware failure ... time for another keyboard. If it works on another computer, then I would recommend right-clicking on "My Computer" and selecting "Manage". Go into the hardware manager, and delete your keyboard, and reboot. The Windows will find your keyboard and reinstall the drivers, hopefully resetting whatever configuration was previously blocking your keypad keys.
It will work fine on your desktop.
It is only sold as a mouse for laptops as it is compact, but it is a standard wireless mouse with a USB RF Receiver. Plug it in and it should install and run fine.
If you have problems where it isn't 100% responsive try attaching the RF Receiver to a usb extension cable so you can place it next to your mouse pad. The closer it is the better the reception.
Does it have replacement batters if so take them out and replace them with new rechargeable batteries if not check that the connections that the dock use are OK failing all that i would sagest that you replace your hardware with new and get the hard ware that you can change the batteries as this may give it a longer life span
Hope this works Paddy
I don?t have the equipment to test your setup; however, I suspect your problem is in redirecting the device to the terminal server session. Check the terminal server system event log file to see if you are generating any messages when you connect. When my users have issues, typically with printers, they will be listed in the log as *Errors* and the source will be *TermServDevices*.
If you?re using the latest Remote Desktop Client there is a tab in options called Local Resources which is used to deal with configuring your workstation sounds, keyboard, printer, and other local resources to redirect to the terminal server. Click on the More button at the bottom and you will be taken to the more generic section of resource redirection that deals with other items. Your device is probably USB so if it is going to work is would fall under the scope of the section labeled *Supported Plug and Play devices*. You would start by placing a check in that box, reconnect and see if you keypad works now or if anything shows up in the event log.
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