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According to amazon.com, the 1121 is for the PalmPilot and Palm III. I have a later GoType and the model number is 2500. On the bottom where it's got the P/N it says "for Palm III/VI". Landware is still in business, but only selling software these days. You could try emailing them to verify Amazon's info and find out if your keyboard works with any other devices, such as the Handspring PDAs or the short-lived TRGPro.
Try using an external keyboard in order to get the machine up and running. Then do a system restore to a point where you know the keyboard was functioning correctly. If that doesn't work then try uninstalling the keyboard drivers and do a hardware search. It will automatically pick up the keyboard and reinstall the drivers. If it still doesn't work, then the keyboard needs replacing.
Try using words to form sentences next time. Don't lose the remote; tie a scarf on it with a key-finder in it and a pesto or frosting saran pack in the battery compartment if you have to. You do. Because now, you get to go buy a universal remote and program it, or use a universal remote program on a PalmPilot, cellphone, or IrDA-equipped PC.
Alternately, you could take advantage of any automatic input priorities the TV set has which are compatible with your game cabling.