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Well there are no user manual on internet for your keyboard, anyway the shortcut keys are not shown on any keyboard manuals, the shortcut keys are depends upon the operating system you are using. If you are using a Windows operating system then please follow the below link to know the shortcuts -
(Just copy and past the above link in your web browser) Please post comments if you need any other help or information........
im guessing that an alternative function key is depressed or pressed, locate said key and depress or press it. that should resolve your problem. alternativley check your keyboard location settings, usa, uk, etc, this can make the difference as different locations have different shortcuts.
If it is not working only in specific games, then the issue is most likely with the game itself, or some settings therein. Your keyboard does not require a driver for the key to work. The generic drivers that come built-in with Vista should make any keyboard to work. A keyboard driver is only needed to program the hot keys and play/volume etc. functions.
Try the tilde key in Notepad or MS Word. If it works there, then the issue is with the game. You will have to refer to the game manual to find out how to program the key.
If, however, the key does not work in Notepad / Word either, then your keyboard is most likely defective.
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I had the same problem. I solved it by pressing the connect button on the back of the keyboard and then pressing the connect button on the wireless connection base. The keyboard and the base will sync up again. Should solve your problem.
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.