Question about PC Concepts Wave TP5.0 (61585) Keyboard
PC Concepts SK-6000 keyboard suddenly loses contact with computer and does not respond. I have to reboot computer to get keyboard to work again. I have not intsalled any drivers, but never thought that would be necessary as I have Win XP. I tried to pull a key off to see if it was dirty underneath, but these keys dont seem to want to come off without a hard pull, and I am not going to risk doing that. Is there a trick to doing that?
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