Problems installing HW in Win7 x64

#1
Hi everyone,

I’ve just upgraded to a new system and installed Win7 x64 Ultimate. I’m still adapting to the new OS so I’m faced with some small problems that I can’t figure out the solutions to them. I was hoping that any of you guys could help solving them:

Keyboard issues:
I got a MS Multimedia 600 Wired keyboard. Upon plugging it and installing the latest intelpoint drivers I get:
1- Two keyboards under device manager one is labeled HID keyboard and another MS Multimedia 600 keyboard
2- Sound function buttons not working (Calculator button works)
3- Plugging it into PS2 converter – doesn’t work

I’ve tried the keyboard in another system and it works fine.

Mouse:
I got a Razor Mamba mouse. I installed the latest driver and it seems to work fine however, in device manager it shows under Mouse: Generic HID mouse. Is this normal?

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My system spec:
Intel i7 3.2
GIGABYTE x58a-ud5 rev 1.0 (bios updated) motherboard
GIGABYTE ATI 5850 video card
 


Highwayman

Extraordinary Member
#2
well from my experience to have HID keyboard and HID mouse in device manager is normal, the key is in the Devices & Printers does it show the correct device names, if so then totally normal. I have the Razor deathadder and a Logitech keyboard that both do the same without any issues, as they are named correctly in the D&P screen. If the media buttons are not working it may just be an issue of compatibility to get the W7 driver working... but I hopefully another member here has that model to confirm the issue or not.
 


#3
Thanks Highwayman. I checked D&P and found the keyboard is correct (MS 600) and mamba dock. No mouse though. I downloaded the latest driver for MS intllpoint win7 x64 but still I'm having problems with the sound option. Any thoughts?
 


Saltgrass

Excellent Member
Microsoft Community Contributor
#4
You may want to download an InteliType software. Check this Microsoft site and see if you can find one for your keyboard.
 


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