Question about Dell Sk-8135 Keyboard
I spilled some tea in it, so I took it apart, and dried it. Now I just don't know how to put it back together correctly! Any help would be appreciating, preferably a video or a good link with descriptive pictures; I just can't seem to find one.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sk-8125 keyboard driver
Click on the link and choose mirror #2 It works just fine for my sk-8125 keyboard
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
use the CD tat came along with the Keyboard and Mouse... install the application on it and then change the settings k.. Take care...
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Sorry for responding to your query late and hopefully you found a solution but nonetheless I am writing it here for others who are facing the same issue.
For every smart card reader keyboard, always visit the manufacturers site, in this case, DELL and resolve the issue from there.
Here is a direct link from where the driver can be downloaded for free:
After running the file, it shall leave driver files in your hard disk. Go to 'DEVICE MANAGER', select the keyboard and click 'UPDATE DRIVER'. Choose the folder where the files are stored and your issue will be resolved.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
Below is the link where you can see how to install driver and download it also on the right side there is a journal.
Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
The Spring goes on the right side of the mouse wheel as it would be pointing at your computer. It supports the wheel to make it spring back when preasure is applied. Place the spring on the axle with the spring forming an spread out "A" (not a "V"). You will see that it falls nicely into the 2 little tower mounts. my real problem was with the other little piece of bent wire that fell out. This is the part that makes the snaping fealing as you scroll the wheel. This connects directly on the plastic part that is mounted on the scroll wheel. If you look at that plastic part you will see a small hole. One end goes in that hole & the other rounded end goes to the splines on the wheel itself. I hope this helps, it better that just saying go buy another.
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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