Question about Dynex Wireless Keyboard/Optical Mouse DX-WCMK103
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Laser mouse goes crazy
Its probably not Microsoft?s fault even though they are an easy target for all of us. When they say the software hasnt been certified that means it hasnt met the standards required to ensure stability in most environments. This is their way of protecting the consumer from buying something that may cause problems but at the same time allowing you the ability to override the warning. If you override the warning then you have to accept the ramifications?. That aside there are a couple of things we can try; however, the flaky keyboard behavior screams driver issues to me: - Try using a different surface for the mouse, a piece of black paper or a mouse pad will do for a test. Some optical mice don?t like the way some desktops reflect their LED light and can behave as you describe. - Try brand new-high quality batteries you absolutely know are fresh and working. - Totally remove all software and reinstall from scratch. - If you?re plugging the mouse into a USB port try powering down the computer and using the PS2 port for the mouse instead. Mice in my experience overall work better using PS2 ports on PCs that have them. - If after all this you still have no success then I would suggest you call Dynex support and ask if they have a driver that is written correctly for Windows. If not I would return it and take a look at Logitech, Microsoft or one of the other venders that make mouse/keyboard combinations with well written drivers. I hope that helps and that others don?t feel obligated to flame me. At any rate if you have any other questions please let us know and as always don?t forget to rate the posting.
Posted on Feb 09, 2007
Check and install drivers for your multimedia keyboard which is came along with the Keyboard. Also check whether the USB drivers has been installed properly and check the status of the same.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2010
Could be interference from a wireless device using the same frequency. Locate any other wireless keyboard/mice from the vacinity and try it again. Also, push the connect button on the bottom of the keyboard and see if that helps. Also make sure the base station of the keyboard is close enough to the keyboard/mouse.
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
English in the driver section downloads/saves a zipped file.. execute one of setup.exe... will this fix the keyboard from dying every other time I go to use the keyboard? I am about ready to dump this keyboard in the trash.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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