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Eggnima

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I seem to have a problem with my keyboard. Previously, I was using a Dell keyboard and thus, Windows installed the appropriate drivers for it. Fine. Now, I've changed to above-mentioned keyboard and now, Windows still notes that I'm using a Dell keyboard.

I've tried going to Device Manager to uninstall the drivers but still, after rebooting, Windows continues to install the Dell drivers for my keyboard. I've already installed the IntelliType software and everything works fine... but is there anyway to get Windows to recognise my keyboard instead of installing Dell drivers?

- Windows XP Professional (OEM)
- 2.0 GHz Intel Pentium IV
- 512 PC800 RDRAM
- 100 GB 7200RPM Western Digital
- nVidia GeForce3 Ti200 64MB DDR
- Dell P992 Sony Trinitron 19" Flatscreen
 

lieb39

Apple lover, PC User
#2
hmm try "upgrading" your drivers, pop in your cd that came with the keyboard and it should do it automatically. if not do the same thing, only "manually" select the drivers.
 

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