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The drivers at the following site. Just specify your OS. Looks like they only have drivers for Vista 32 bit and XP. http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/04/product-support/product/dimension-5150x/drivers
On dell's website there is a step by step instructions on how to attach it back on. I had to do the same thing on mine machine. Just go to dell's site and on the search bar on how to attach the keyboard.
more info would be beneficial in diagnosing exactly whats wrong.. but try to rule out a few obvious things first. try disconnecting and reconnecting the keyboard and make sure it is properly seated in the usb/ps2 port. download spybot S&D and scan your computer to remove any keyloggers/trojans/malware that may be hogging your cpu and thus bogging down the Input from your keyboard.
Same Problem, use canned air to clean it. bash the button a few times. seems to help for a while. Dont bash it to hard or you'll break it. love the mouse but this is a crappy issue within 3 months of use. in a clean environment.
use the left button on the side (the same one that turns it on), but you have to click quickly, because if you hold it down (as i did), you only get the option to change the dimensions of the magnification area.