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Re: where find vista drivers for ex8000?????????
You can find all the drivers off of the support.microsoft.com website. But first you have to find out if Vista even supports your keyboard. Same website has a Hardware Compatibility List..if not on list then will not work with Vista.
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You will need the correct software installed to do this. XP does not inherently have this so those functions will not be activated. Install this software, reboot and try again. Make sure if there is function or special key to activate a dual purpose key (two functions on one key -check key face for two functions). Sometime you may inadvertently toggle this off and THINK it fdoes not work. Maybe try this first to avoid installing stuff for no reason.
This keyboard is a 2001 vintage and I do not think that a real driver beyond Windows 2000 was ever available. I've looked and tried so-called XP drivers and they are a waste of time.
Use it without a driver and be happy with the left side keys that do work and ignore the rest (the scroll bar and the top row of special keys). Not an ideal solution but I think it is your only option for the EZ8000.
I strongly suspect this keyboard is the same as the Smart Office EZ8000 and the Micro Innovations KB730/kb740x and others -- but with slightly different packaging. I have even seen a Microsoft branded version of this thing.
By F-keys you might mean the programable keys along the top rather than the function keys. These were meant to work with a driver that came with the keyboard. Alas, that driver has not been updated since Windows 2000. You can find that driver out there if you search on the other names I mention above but you will be better off forgetting about the driver and those keys -- they will not all work as you might expect.
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go to this link: http://pleomax.com/
on top of the screen - "pc accessories" and then - "webcam"
choose : "PCW-2100 PLEO CHATCAM" on below.
download the driver and than plug in the camera. your computer should find the driver automatically.