Not long after buying a new iOne Scorpius keyboard I managed to damage the connector. NOT the end that goes to the computer ... the end that actually goes inside the keyboard! There's a little, beige, four pin connector that attaches to the controller and one of the wires pulled out. Can I fix that plug or do I need to get a new cable? If I can fix it, how? If I need a new cable, where can I find one?
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I don't think that this keyboard has that key built in.
Have a look at Gadwin PrintScreen for capturing screens or active windows (and other features). The default hot key for this program is "print screen" but can be redefined.
You could also use the on screen keyboard.
Windows XP comes with a built in on screen keyboard. Basically a graphic of a keyboard comes up and acts like your keyboard, you can use your mouse to hunt and peck around. What uses does this have and what did I use it for? Well, it's good for people with disabilities, where it would be easier to use a mouse than trying to type or it's great to use when your keyboard goes loco on you. Yes, we've all had our keyboard go nuts. Here is how you launch it:
- Click "Start" button
- Click on "RUN"
- Enter\type "OSK" (without quotes)
The keyboard comes on
You can also create a shortcut to the "On-Screen Keyboard", because if your keyboard should go out on you, it would be handy to have it. All you do to create the shortcut is to:
- Right click on the desktop
- Click the new shortcut button
- Enter\type OSK, click next twice, and there you have it.
you have two option one from here http://www.updrivers.com/drivers/Input_Devices/Qtronix/Scorpius_98N_Plus-Windows_XP_2000_ME_98_95/4825.html
the second from here http://www.radarsync.com/ both are free.
When entering standby, the usb ports go to sleep. Most motherboards allow you to tell the bios that you are using a usb keyboard. That should solve the problem. I keep an old ps2 keyboard plugged in and on the floor as a 'just in case'.
exactly,,if it is a bluetooth keyboard then the adapter broken is a bt adapter,,tats universal and u can buy from anywhere..but if it s a wireless keyboard and mouse then u hav to buy the whole set,,best of luck