Http://www.logicaltips.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=665 After looking around a little bit more, I found a solution. Check out this article. It gives you step by step instructions on how to alleviate the problem. Your keyboard will work like an old standard typewriter. The caps lock is disabled and you have to push Shift to get a Capital letter. famw :)))
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With most mice, remove the little corner feet on the underside. This will expose the screws with most models. Sometimes there is a hidden screw under a label on the bottom if there is one on your model.
Take care when cleaning inside of the mouse. They can be a bit tricky to deal with the various parts. They can be a bit fragile inside.
I own this mouse and was also looking for the drivers until I found my Original Driver CD! The link below is to my article, which also includes a link to download the driver setup zip! Hope this helps!
I was successful installing a Casio
Privia PX-575R USB midi keyboard to Windows 7 Ultimate x64!!!
I tried to use Yamaha, Korg, M-Audio, and some other drivers I don't
they did not work.
I then downloaded the win 7 x64 driver for PC-50 from
(but I bet any of them would work) from Roland. All I did was change
the hardware ID
in the INF file under
The ID is after the comma and the one you see above is from the Casio
keyboard i have. The
hardware ID for your keyboard can be found in "device manager". Just
hardware/keyboard and go to "details" and choose "hardware id" from the
menu and put that after the comma. It will start with "USB" since it is
devise. There may be more than one ID but the first one works for me.
Then just do
a manual install by right clicking "computer" or "my computer" and click
manager" tab. Then find your keyboard (probably a yellow exclamation
mark next to
it) and double click it. Then go to the "driver" tab and click "update
Then choose "Browse my Computer for driver software", then "Let me pick
from a list
of device drivers on my computer", then "Have Disk..." and browse for
the INF file
you just put the hardware ID in and click "open".
You now have a working Casio keyboard for a 64 bit or x64 windows 7
You can do the same with Vista x64 or XP x64, just download those
drivers and edit the hardware ID the same way.