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Wireless Keyboard issue

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#1 inalambrico


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Posted 12 June 2010 - 05:19 PM

I am still having keyboard issues.

I am running Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 3

I had a Microsoft wireless comfort keyboard 4000. I have the OEM software which is Intellitype Pro 6.1

I went to my local Frye’s Superstore and found a deal on a Microsoft wireless natural multimedia keyboard and mouse combo. The OEM software supplied is the same Intellitype 6.1

I uninstalled all the old hardware/software and reinstalled everything fresh and rebooted.

I have my PC setup with password at boot up and I was able to type in my password, however that’s as far as my keyboard will type. Some of the function buttons do work, i.e. My Documents, My Pictures etc but I just can’t type.

In device manager under keyboards is “Microsoft USB dual receiver wireless keyboard (Intellitype Pro). It also shows this device is working properly.

I launched mskey.exe and found the following:

The only attached device is Terminal Server Keyboard driver. If I uncheck the box “show attached devices only” my Microsoft USB Dual Receiver wireless keyboard intellitype pro – remembered. Is this a problem?

What do I do next?

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#2 itsmevader


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Posted 15 June 2010 - 01:11 AM

do same thing happens when you are in SAFE mode? do boot up into safe mode without networking and let me know whether, the wireless keyboard issue remains the same.

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