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Ok i believe i can help u with this click start go to my computer and right click on it at the bottom where it says properties click on it then you will be brought to the system properties section look over the options and you will see hardware and click on it look for device manager and open it up .
now look down the list untill you see keyboards and click on the plus sign and you will see your keyboard listed now rightclick on your keyboard and look for the update driver than click on it if nothing is found than you need to go back to where it says update driver and open it up and under the section that says automatically install there is a section that says install from specific location click on next at the next page you will see a search and install options make sure the checkmark on the first box is not checked than at the bottom where it says dont search click on that then you will be brought to the next page with a list of keyboards you will see a checkmark on a box unclick it and a list of hardware will come up just find your manufacture of yor keyboard and click on it and it will show you the different keyboards once you find yours click on it and it will install the drivers for it ok im verry sorry it looks like a lot of things to do but it is realy not that hard
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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