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Windows Vista and Windows 7 may need updated drivers made for these windows version.for your device to be able to work properly. Sometime the manufacture for older device will not make drivers for the newer windows. They want to sell newer product instead of updating the older mouse.driver. Go to the manufacture web site of you mouse if there is an updated version for your mouse for Vista.
The last operating system that allows a Kensington Expert Mouse 5.0 Model 64215 to work properly is Windows XP. Kensington refuses to update their MouseWorks software in order to make it compatible with Windows Vista or 7. The mouse WILL work, but only with basic functionality, i.e., no programmable buttons, and the pointer moves crazy slow...
First, tell me what OS are you using. If it's Vista then I suggest you revert back to XP or upgrade to Windows 7 as it seems that Vista has driver conflict issues with certain keyboards like Dell & HP.
Its a software issue. Try uninstalling any keyboard driver/s and reboot. If anything pops up in the taskbar like "Found New Hardware..." and if asked for a CD then insert the CD and follow the instructions on screen. I advise everyone to carefully go through each & every message that appears on screen before clicking OK or Continue buttons.
check for the mouse pointer movement speed.... this can be located in control panel --> Mouse Options.... there check for the mouse wheel speed and decrease it ..this may help.... sometimes wireless devices doesnt have compatibilty will vista OS , this may also cause an issue..if any vista drivers exist for ur mouse install them and check ...hope this helps...
if your special function keys aren't working properly while the rest of your keyboard is, then likely your problem is a driver problem. The keyboard should have come with a driver disc you can use to re-install them -or- they can likely be found at www.logitech.com. My advice would be to re-install the drivers for your keyboard (or "update" them). That will most likely fix your problem. Make sure you install drivers intended for Windows Vista, as many drivers for other versions of windows may not work properly.
This keyboard is really out of date and belkin has stopped publishing the drivers on their website. Driverguide.com have the original Win95, Win98 drivers though, but it will not work in Windows XP... Instead you can use third party software like the free keytweak
You have a problem with your drivers. That keyboard is too old and I can not find any vista drivers. I can find XP and Windows 2000 drivers. The regular keys should work, but the extra keys that are not standard on all keyboards, like the cut, paste, and volume controls should not work.
If you want a keyboard to have those functions, then you need to buy a newer keyboard that has vista drivers.