Question about Dell Spacesaver USB Keyboard J4624 SK-8115 RT7D50
Tenia vista, lo pase un original de XP, se desconfiguro teclas del heno y que no funcionan, que debo hacer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi im Dyanne.. on th 1st screen at bootup press th desired key to display th BIOS setup. on some machines you will see a brief notice on th screen as it comes to life stating which key to press. (ie. delete, F2 or esc etc) if not consult your instruction manual. you will get to a blue screen headed CMOS. now you need to setup th BIOS to recognize th presence of th new h/d. this will enable you to auto detect th h/d. go to th 1st in th list (cmos settings) and where it says PRIMARY MASTER click on it and enter and this will auto detect it. press F10 then Y and enter. this will now access your h/d and boot normally. good luck and merry christmas .. Dyanne xx
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
SOURCE: Dell keyboard SK-8115
(That is the the Num Lock indicator, nothing to worry about.) If it is not working it is likely because USB keyboards can time some time to be recognized by windows, let the computer boot up with the keyboard connected and let sit for up to ten minutes.
Sometimes if other hardware is detected at the same time which requires drivers to be installed, windows will never proceed to installing your keyboard, however you cannot install the other drivers until you have a working keyboard. To solve this, you will need to use an older style PS/2 keyboard to get everything installed and working as they do not need to be detected.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
Have you gone in and removed the usb drivers by doing the following.
1.) right click on my computer
2.) select properties
3.) Select Hardware tab
4.)Select device manager
Then remove all instances of usb that you can.
You may have to try this using just the mouse for navigation. Right click on usb item then select uninstall. Remove all the ones you can then reboot the computer. You may have to reboot a couple times
Then try the keyboard it should work no problem
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
Are you using Windows Vista? (This may still work if your using XP) If you are then go to
1. Click on PRINTERS.
2. When the Printer Properties come up, CLICK on KEY SETTINGS.
3. Then set up the keys by selecting the key to be setup.
Hope this helps. Bud
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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