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I bought an IBM keyboard, it has physical shorcuts on it (Internet, Shutdown, Track NExt, VOlume COntrol etc.) Most of shortcuts don't work, some of them do random things (open calculator etc.) I think this is because the keyboard wasnt made for Windows Xp. IS ther anyway I can egt these to work. Is there a driver or something?


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it's possible that you might find drivers on the ibm website if you know the model number of the keyboard...you may also try going to
start > settings > control panel > keyboard and see if there are settings there
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Nothing on the IBM site and Windows XP doesnt have any settings. My model is KB-9930 iam currently looking for a driver on the internet.
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found This on DriverGuide.com i do not have the same keyboard as you so i cannot assure that this will work but it's listed as a driver for xp for that keyboard and the review on driverguide said it did what it was supposed to do
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