Lenco MK-9512 Download Drivers

Available 1 files for MK-9512
Company
Lenco
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
Lenco MK-9512
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-Me-NT-2000
Size Driver
18.1Mb
File Name
itproeng.exe
Info
CONTENTS
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1. GENERAL NOTES
1.1 Waking up your computer using power management
1.2 Using the USB ports with high-powered devices
1.3 Connecting a USB keyboard to PCI and PCMCIA cards
1.4 Using America Online with the Internet Hot Keys
1.5 Assigning a custom Search page with AOL and your default
browser installed
1.6 Getting your media player to display on the Media
Source menu
1.7 Incompatibilities between Microsoft IntelliType Pro 1.1
and other multimedia keyboard software
1.8 Previous Track and Next Track Hot Keys do not work with
media player
1.9 Using 3D Pinball for Windows with Keyboard Hot Keys

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Part 1: GENERAL NOTES
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1.1 Waking up your computer using power management

If you pressed the Sleep Hot Key to place your computer into
suspend, standby, or hibernation mode but cannot then
awaken your computer by pressing another key (other than the
Sleep Hot Key), you may have encountered a problem with your
system's power management functionality. Some systems are
unable to wake up once they are placed into suspend or
standby mode.

>>>To fix this problem:

* Refer to your computer hardware documentation regarding
power-management functionality.
* Ensure that the power-management settings for your
operating system are correct. For more information,
see Windows Help by clicking Help on the Start menu.

1.2 Using the USB ports with high-powered devices

The USB ports on the Microsoft Natural Keyboard Pro are
bus-powered hub ports, which may cause performance problems
for some high-powered (greater than 100 mA) USB devices.
Check the system requirements for your USB device before
connecting it to a USB port on the keyboard to ensure that
it will work with a bus-powered hub.

If your device requires a self-powered hub, you must
connect it to an available USB port on your computer
or to a self-powered USB hub port.

1.3 Connecting a USB keyboard to PCI and PCMCIA cards

A USB keyboard connected to a peripheral component
interconnect (PCI) or Personal Computer Memory International
Association (PCMCIA) card may not work when using MS-DOS-
based programs, when running in Safe Mode, or when restarting
your computer. Do not connect your USB keyboard to a PCI or
PCMCIA card.

1.4 Using America Online with the Internet Hot Keys

If you are using America Online (AOL), you must first open
AOL and then all the Internet Hot Keys will work.

1.5 Assigning a custom Search page with AOL and your default
browser installed
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