I just recently got a GE keyboard from a friend, but, he didn't have the driver, so i was hoping that i could download the driver somewhere, or will i have to pay to get another one?
please help, and thank you
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Re: GE keyboard driver problems
These are the guys you need to contact;
- they have an online driver download for the HO98055(which is a mouse and keyboard package so the keyboard could be the same) and which may work fine but i have not been able to confirm this.
Other driver download sites seem to be all silent about this keyboard model - perhaps few were made.
Hope this helps, please ask again if you get no luck from Jasco(they run GE computer accessories now)
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You will need to re-install (or update) the drivers for your keyboard. You may be able to do this by going to the Device Manager on your computer to update the drivers, or you may need to download drivers from the ASUS downloads website.
On your computer start menu, click on Control Panel and search for Device Manager which will bring up the list of devices on your computer. Look for HID Keyboard devices to find your keyboard (expand by clicking on +) right click on your keyboard entry and choose update drivers.
This problem is common in all laptops that have a pointing stick (eraser tip like) in the keyboard between G H and B buttons. It's a registry problem that cannot be fixed easily. The most economic and time effective way t solve it is to format your hard disk and reinstall your operating system.
Make sure to update your operating system before downloading any other programs or application and even before uploading your backed up files.
If this does not work for you, the problem will definitaly be a hardware issue caused by the pointing stick. Then the keyboard or the motherboard of your laptop should be replaced (I hpe your laptop is still on waranty....)
I have a Logitech cordless mouse but had a problem recently. It fell on the ground and the batteries fell out. Put them back in, the mouse came back on but didn't work. Pushed the button on the mouse several times, no luck. The light at the receiver was always blinking whenever I pushed the button on the mouse, so I assumed that should work. After a few tries, I ended up pushing the button at the receiver and low and behold, the mouse was working again. Have been using this mouse for years, had that problem only one.
Is the keyboard flexible cable the same pin as the original keyboard? If yes and you are sure the new keyboard is okay, then you can change the language to the preferred language e.g US English, change its position to the first and make it referred. Its should work. You can also check online if there is any keyboard or input driver which when installed can be of help.
The keyboard should not need anything more that what the operating system has already. Have you tried it? If there is something missing - did you really need it? Try the GE Compact website if you are really stuck for a download