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Some keyboard keys dont work.

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by MotoX86, Nov 27, 2008.

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  1. MotoX86

    MotoX86 Thread Starter

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    Happy Thanksgiving US residents!
    The keyboard that came with my family's eMachine, has buttons that don't work. The buttons are the extra features such as copy, paste, open internet, adjust volume, etc. Those extra buttons don't work but the standard keys do. Is this a driver issue? How can this be fixed?
     
  2. Parkman

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    check the model of maker of your keyboard and you should be able to find the appropriate application that will allow you full functionality
     
  3. MotoX86

    MotoX86 Thread Starter

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    Well I know the model and maker, its an eMachine Keyboard; Model: KB-0108.
    I don't know how that helps and I don't know what to do next. There is no application that I could find.
     
  4. Frank4d

    Frank4d Retired Trusted Advisor

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    What is the model for the computer itself? A couple of Google results indicates there is a KB0108.exe driver but the emachines website needs the computer model to find the driver download.
     
  5. MotoX86

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    Its a T3256. I went to their web support site, but it only list a firmware update for it.
     
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