The Copy, cut & paste buttons work for me. I do not have Vista but XP in my PC. Maybe as you suspect Vista is the reason. There is also another icon like 2 bubbles after the keyboard. Not sure what it means.
The 1 is your number lock indicator, the A is your caps on indicator and the arrow pointing at the line is your scroll lock indicator. This is necessary because there are no indicator lights on the actual keyboard. I am still trying to find out what the little keyboard indicates. Unfortunately, my cut/copy/paste buttons aren't working (which was the main reason I bought this keyboard) so I think that might have something to do with the little keyboard indicator light.
It might also be because I'm running Vista and I don't see Vista as a supported OS.
Anyway, hope that helps. If I figure out what the little keyboard indicates I'll be sure to come back.
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At the top of your keyboard you have some icons with pictures of some speakers. One shows 3 curves coming out of the speaker which signifies the loudest sound, another shows a speaker with just one curve in front of it which signifies low sound, and the 3rd speaker has an X on it which signifies no sound. Click on the speaker with the most curves to control the volume. Also, at the bottom of your monitor you have a picture of a speaker with curves in front of it. Click on that icon, and you will see how much sound you have. To make the sound louder, click on the bar with your mouse and raise it up to increase your sound. It should also tell you the percentage of the sound that you will hear. To lower the volume, click on the bar and lower it.
You need to pair the mouse and keyboard with the receiver again.
If I recall correctly, for Logitech the procedure is to press the "connect" button on the receiver, then press a similar button on the keyboard bottom, and then on the mouse. The manual should state the exact sequence. If you have trouble, search online for a manual for your wireless desktop set. Good luck!
The Keypad Lock Icon is seen on top of the screen at various positions depending on the number of icons displayed. An Open Lock signifies that the phone’s keypad is unlocked and a closed lock signifies that the keypad is locked. You can unlock the keypad by pressing Unlock (by right soft key) on the phone, followed by the Send (GREEN) key. Similarly for locking the keypad, press the End (RED) key, to be followed by the Send key.
The user guide for your phone does not indicate a default pass code. Most default passcodes are either 5 or 6 zeros. Some are 12345.
See user guide: http://www.micromaxinfo.com/downloads/guide/X2i_UM.pdf
I learnt by pressing them. Which ones have you stumped?
The sun icon with an "up" arrow is "brightness up". They're all pretty self-explanatory like that, but if you're really stuck, the manual covers it all.
I had the same situation and just realized that the keyboard has batteries also. I changed them and pushed the little green button on both the back of the keyboard and the wireless receiver. The red light went out and problem solved.
The icon should mean the NUM LOCK is on. All that does is activate the numberpad on the right side of the keyboard. Chances are the monitor's backlight is bad. Try another monitor. You can also get a flashlight, turn it on and hold it very close to the face of the screen. Look closely at the screen, can you see your desktop or login screen? If so the backlight is not working with in the monitor.
Microsoft does not have manuals for their wireless keboards and mouse. I will give you a few things to look at as I have the same Keyboard.
Go to Control Panel.
1. Click on Keyboard.
2. When the Keyboard Properties come up, CLICK on Key Settings.
3. Then set up the keys by selecting the Key to be changed.
Go to Control Panel and click on the Mouse icon.
Then select the Mouse button you need to program.
Press the Receiver button (and the lights will start
Then if the Keyboard isn't working, press the small RESET/CONNECT
button on the back of the board to connect the keyboard to the
If the MOUSE isn’t working, push the small RESET/CONNECT button
on the back of the mouse to connect to the receiver. Then they
should work okay.
Hope this helps. Bud