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I bought a keyboard on eBay a while back (like a year ago). It is a Logitech Internet Navigator. Really cool media buttons. And 12 F keys. None of them work! I have gone to Logitech's site and apparently this keyboard is too old for them to support anymore. I've gone to a couple of sites I've Googled, but they scare me. Any advice is appreciated.
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is it usb?
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I just downloaded it to check to see if i could. its called it222enu.exe. You needed to go into the "other Products" area as it is a older keyboard.

http://www.logitech....tid=5293,osid=1

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Sorry, I posted kind of late last night (late for me, anyway :whistling:. I neglected to say what I was looking for was a safe site to get a new driver. Yes, it is a USB. And, SRX, I have downloaded that file and it didn't help. Amazingly, the lack of F keys hasn't bothered me till now. I obviously don't NEED the media keys. But I'm a tax preparer, and my tax software has one function that can only be done using an F key (or by saving the file, closing it and reopening it). There's got to be some kind of shortcut key, I've just haven't found it. Thanks for your help. And if anybody else knows anything else that will help, I'd be grateful. I hate to get a new keyboard right now because this one works fine - except for the tiny little F key thing <g>. Thanks,
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If you can't find the driver for it on the manufacturers website, you should try driveragent.com

Good luck!! :whistling:
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to be honest if you are talking the normal function keys ( f1 through f12 ) normally at the top above the numbers... I've never had to have a driver for them to work... it was just a matter of whether the program I was running recognized the key....
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Thanks for all the support. Still haven't found a way to make the stupid keys work (or, as I like to refer to them...the "F'ing" keys...:whistling:). I'm just going to make do for now. Don't have time to spend on it. I'll just get a new one soon. Thanks again.
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