Just got new Fellows wireless keyboard which I installed
without any problems. However, can't seem to find an
expanation to what the blue box does in the lower right corner of the screen. It has four symbols in it with small boxes underneath each position and the first is a number one which is green and I'm assuming that means it is "on"
Thanks for the help.
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Re: Blue Rectangular box
I looked around and could not find any explanation either....strange.
I downloaded the software and installed it and even though I don't have your hardware it worked. Here's what I know:
The blue box on my desktop had 5 icons, the number 1, the letter A, a down pointing arrow, a keyboard, and a mouse.
The 1 lights up when you have the Num Lock set on your keyboard.
The A lights up when you have Caps Lock set on your keyboard.
The downward arrow lights up when you have Scroll Lock set on your keyboard.
I do not know when the the keyboard and mouse lights will illiuminated. I am guessing that perhaps they'll turn red when your batteries are low, but that's just a guess.
Lastly, I don't get paid for this, I just like helping to solve problems. For whatever reason half the people who use this site don't rate the solutions. If you found this information helpful I hope you take a moment and vote.
I'll keep looking to see if I can find an actual manual that fully describes this software.
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Your printer should connect up to any USB port (small rectangular opening near where the monitor and keyboard plug in (same type of opening). If your printer is so old it has a cream colored cable and one end that has 25 pins sticking out of it, you will save money by just buying a new $30 printer. Anyhow, newer printers connect with a thinner cable like your mouse cable, is flat / rectangular on one end, and is kind of tall-igloo shaped on the other end.
If you go for the new printer, I used to hate Epson, but bought one December 2013, and it uses a lot less ink than my older Canon or HP printer. I bought one with a touch screen panel and it can print from my smart phone and all the PCs without connecting any wires. The one I bought was about $100.
Your PC has a very new wired connection (Gigabit LAN) for your home network; but unfortunately does not come with a built in wireless card. If you are also unfamiliar with the LAN cable, it is an RJ45 connector. Looks just like a phone cable, but 50% wider.
If this is unclear, feel free to add more detail or let me know what you need more clarification on.
1.Visit: www.belkin.com/support 2. On the top right corner, there will be a search by keyword, a small rectangular blue box 3. In that, type in: F5D7050 and press enter 4. It will give you search results, select the result that says "Drivers". 5. Select the appropriate version for your model. Belkin has 5 versions for the same model. Check for FCC no. on your device. There would be a table on that web page. 6. Verify, download and install
If you have both sets of keyboard and mouse plugged in, turn off the computer and remove the old mouse and plug in the new mouse. Reboot and if necessary use the keyboard to login. Once windows is loaded let it detect the new mouse and then shut down again. Take out the old keyboard and reboot. You should now be able to use both new pieces without problems.
There is actually a CONNECT button on the bottom of the radio frequency
receiver (a circular or rectangular box connected to the pc with usb cable) .
First, you must have the keyboard within 11 inches of the
radio frequency receiver; the next step has two parts and must be done wihtin 10 seconds of each other. Press the CONNECT button on the radio frequency receiver first, now press the CONNECT button on the keyboard (should be on the top right - look underneath if its not on the front)
Thanks! I fixed the problem by installing a USB mouse and using fn+f9. That unlocked the mouse so I could use the pointer leaving just the keyboard problem. I then tried reconnecting the wireless keyboard (by using the button on the receiver and under the keyboard) Hey Presto!!
Hi if you look on back of keyboard their will be a small hole that has a button located inside its only small but have alook you should find it their is also one on the mouse alsso if this dont solve your problem then
Get a new mouse. Most likely the switch for the button is broken, or the plastic button that pushes on the switch is broken. It should not be hard for me to fix it, but I have years of training and experience.
Fellows is not known for making high-end equipment, so just get a new one. I can get cheap optical mice for $4.