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Usually keyboards and other hardware have the maker's name on it and maybe even a model number. I usually take the maker name and the model number and go to google.com. Then, I search for drivers for the device. If it is hp, logitech, or a popular one, then going to the company's website might be easiest method to obtain the drivers.

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See the following 2 links. You will want to put in your model number (seemingly the one for your computer). I did not find direct support for their keyboards either. Try as noted -- by providing your computer model number on the below webpages. If such does not work, spend more time searching if you not have. The 12 minutes following my post might not have been long enough to cover all bases. Good luck!



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