I have just bought a Mikomi Wireless Keyboard & Mouse From Argos.. Put the cd in drive as instructed and it comes up with " incompatable with Windows XP " where if possible can i download drivers for this product,, oh by the way the Mouse is working fine,, Many Thanks,, Ian
The mouse and keyboard will run on windows xp default drivers however you will lose some of the multimedia functions on the keyboard itself
just unplug and pulg back in for xp to install it this should make it work i have the same keyboard and i m still looking for updated drivers too for xp will let you know if i find them
There is no bundled software that comes with the Mekomi RF keybord and the only support is for winddows 98SE. I have looked at other websites and have found sujssions that software drives from the Logitech wesite might work with these keybords hope you have some luck nurdy2453
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use the restore utility, go to control panel , and put the last days that you know was working good and click. However if you want to use the wireless keyboard. Use the CD software coming with the keyboard and proceed according, normally, they have a transmissor device +mouse too.read the instruction coming from your supplier. God bless you
The keyboard and the mouse work on different wireless sensors. Your wireless keyboard should have come with a receiver too. Unless the mouse and keyboard came together as a set, you'll need two different receivers. Check the battery compartment of the keyboard for the sensor. Some models have a hidden area there to store the usb key for the keyboard.
The only exception is if the keyboard is bluetooth, and your computer already has a bluetooth receiver in it (many laptops and phones come with this feature, lately). You will have to check the website for your keyboard's manufacturer to download drivers. You may also be able to order a replacement USB key for it, but I've never been able to. :P
Best bet is to contact the guy you bought the keyboard from and ask him/her: "Where's the USB receiver for this keyboard you sold me?"
just install the mouse drivers, and then
follow the hardware installation. 1. Turn on PC wait for windows to
load 2. Insert the USB Plug of the receiver 3. Press the small button
on the mouse & Keyboard 4. Press the button on the receiver. then
the connection between the mouse and keyboard will be established.
Press keys and Move the mouse to see if the connection is ok.
Don't run the setup program. Instead reboot your computer and use the windows add hardware wizard to install the drivers from the CD. The windows hardware wizard will detect several different devices, allow it to install them all from the CD.