Club Q button on the top of my multimedia model 5185 keyboard attached to mu Presario.
I have successfully configured all of the top buttons: connect, search, Email,Help and Calculator. But the one labeled Club Q is not listed under the keyboard buttons options. I have upgraded my driver, and there still is no 6th (actually it is the 4th one to the right) button showing up under my keyboard options. It just bugs me, no real big deal. I have no idea what Club Q is, so I am not missing it. Just curious.
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Certain models of HP desktop computer come with an "Internet Keyboard" packaged in with the other equipment. This Internet Keyboard differs from a regular keyboard in that it has a series of buttons along the sides that allow you to do things like open your Web browser with the tap of a button. You can reassign the actions to these keys and reprogram it away from its default settings using your Control Panel.
Click "Start." Click "Control Panel." Click "Keyboard." Click the "Hardware" tab, then click the "Properties" button. Click the listing for the Internet keyboard key you want to change. In the "Target" box, select the program you want that key to open. Click "Apply." The specified key will now open the specified program. Repeat this step for all of the other keys on your Internet keyboard that you want to configure. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Keyboard-shortcuts
Hello, looking at the manual for the 7520, just below the power button that is in the top-centre of the keyboard, is a row of buttons called the 'easy launch buttons' The left-most one has a sort of scripted 'e' symbol on it, and the one next to it has a symbol meant to look like a satellite dish ..(well kind of...) ,well, that's the one you want! Hope this help you. Regards, Nicam49
If you want to check if the software is installed correctly and the keyboard is working fine try using the multimedia key. If you are able to use the multimedia keys for reducing and increasing the volume or mute the sound that means it is working fine.
If you are trying to configure the Favorite keys then you will have to select the buttons from the software and link it to the particular program of your choice.
Open the software application
Select the button that you want to configure
Click on the browse button to select the program of your choice to open with that button.
It shouldn't if the wireless keyboard and mouse came together as a set. Try reconnecting the keyboard first then the mouse. Here is how.... Each should have a connect button on the under side of the keyboard and on the mouse. The receiver may have a button on the top to push to first then push the buttons on the keyboard and then the mouse.
If you want to check the drivers just type Device Manager in the start box. Once in Device Manager find your keyboard and click on the "+" sign, then right-click on your keyboard model. You should see update driver, also one of the tabs will tell if it is working properly and if not there is a Troubleshooting box. Also try going into the Control Panel and clicking on your keyboard/mouse. There are settings there alsol
Here is all I know about Compaq Presario wireless switches. Sorry, but w/o a model I can't be more specific. Compaq Presario, Model not specified - Button on the Back C304NR - Button on upper right above keyboard deck, Blue is enabled CQ Series - Button above the keyboard (antenna icon on button) next to power. ** CQ50-107NR (Conflicting reports on this model show: Button above keyboard (antenna icon on button) next to power or lighted button below space bar that turns the touch pad on/off. M2000 - Button above the keyboard (antenna icon on button)
The microphone may not work because of a hardware or configuration
problem. To determine if it's a hardware problem, test the microphone
in Sound Recorder.
Click "Start," > "Programs" ("All Programs" for Windows XP) > "Accessories" > "Entertainment" > "Sound Recorder."
Click the Record button and speak into the microphone of the
camera. You should see the green line move, indicating the application
is picking up sound.
Click the Stop button.
Click the Play button. If there is no sound at playback, check to make sure the correct device is selected.
Click "Edit," then "Audio Properties."
Make sure Logitech is listed as the Preferred device for "Sound recording."
The microphone may also be defective. To test this, try the camera on another USB enabled system.
If you can record sound in Sound Recorder, but not in the QuickCam
application, try setting the Logitech Microphone as the Preferred
device in Audio Properties. Multimedia Keyboards:
A multimedia keyboard is a keyboard that has a button which can
automatically control your computer volume. If you have a multimedia
keyboard installed, the software for the multimedia keyboard may need
to be uninstalled in order for the camera's microphone to work properly
in Windows. Please contact Logitech with the make and model of the
multimedia keyboard that is causing the problem. While we will not be
able to assist you other than to advise to uninstall the keyboard
software, it will help us determine the root cause of the
You probably need to load the Compaq utility that assigns and activates the keys. Go to http://h18000.www1.hp.com/cpq_support.html
enter the model number of your compaq computer, and search the available downloads for the utility.
Go to your Start menu, Control Panel, then look for Keyboard. Sometime keyboard is listed by itself, other times it is under another device name. Click open keyboard, then click on the BUTTONS tab. You will see 5 "buttons or selection options: Calculator, E-Mail, Help, Search,Connect. Mine does not open the Club Q button ...that's what I am searching for at this time. Skip the calculator one (once the others enable, this one fixes itself for some reason. I went to the e-mail button first. Double click it. Under choose a button capability: scroll down to the "Simple local file with label". Then go to the bottom "ADRRESS" area, delete what is there and put in your favorite web based e-amail addree login address. For yahoo.com it would be: Http://login.yahoo.com ...yahoo will switch you to their secure server don't worry. Do the same for any of te buttons you wish to change.
If the buttons do not show up at all, then you will need to upgrade your driver. HP has an upgrade for its multimedia keyboard, I am sure you can google yours and find it, even if Windows cannot do so. You have to have the Calcultor chosen on your Windows setup for it to work, but it just pops up after you update the other buttons. If it doesn't. Its address on an XP os is: something like: c (whatver your hardrive is located)://windows/system32/calc.exe ... thing is it can be different for different systems. Now to figure out how to use that 6th button, the Q Club one? Good luck.