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Device Driver I have an HP computer running Window 7 and have an USB Bluetooth adapter connected. It finds my phone and other devices no problem. It does no see this keyboard. Is there a driver I can d/l somewhere?

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    James Rosendahl Nov 18, 2013

    I found the answer. Typing on the BT keyboard now. There is a pairing button that you must push. Located above and to the right of the indicator LEDs.

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I found this Info on Matias products website:

System Requirements:
- Wireless model requires computers equipped with Bluetooth wireless thechnology and Mac OS X 10.2 or later

For the Wireless model, I understand that it work for Apple products.

Posted on Nov 19, 2013

Testimonial: "Thank you for your input. The keyboard also works with Windows systems. The answer was to push the pairing button. I thought all I had to do was turn it on, wrong. Push the pairing button and the pc or tablet or smartphone will give you a code to enter via the keyboard to pair."

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