No. Most wireless keyboards are USB. Assuming that your keyboard is USB, it should work fine. The reason why it may not work could be interference with the receiver to your keyboard. It could also be the software and drivers are installed but you have not selected the driver for it. .. Has the "Found new hardware" window ever popped up? if so, most of the time letting windows find it automatically will solve it. Hope this helps
1. sound drivers not working?
"i just got windows 7 ultimate and now my altec lansing series 100 speakers are not working" Well, Windows 7 has next to NO driver Support. This isnt XP (Which Means eXPerience) so you have to buy ALL new hardware- SORRY **If you were on Vista Before though the Vista Drivers MAY work.(They do 80% of the time) Thats what my neighbor did with his Music Studio was used Vista AND Windows 7 drives.
2. I had to crash my computer and reinstall everything, now my speakers don't work....?
Most computers these days come with driver CDs that have preloaded drivers on them. I know for sure that Dell PCs come with these and OS reinstall CDs. Also, Dell has a driver download page on their site to download drivers easily. If your PC is not a Dell and you have no CD, you can try to go to your Driver Manager and the re-install driver option. If that fails, try Windows Update or the site recommended by the above answerer.
3. Is cycling in Tokyo safe?
Dedicated bicycle paths are rare to nonexistant; people ride their bikes on the (usually narrow) sidewalks. Interestingly, there are explicit bicycle lanes marked on crossings, but only there.However, I would still consider it safe since everyone (drivers, pedestrians and cyclists) is very careful, polite and rule-abiding. If you behave similarly, there should be no problems.You can take a look on Google's Street View around the area - useful in any case, and you will see that there are many people riding bicycles
4. Question for big truck drivers?
I am not a driver but I am in trucking. A lot lizzard is a truck stop hooker
5. why are f1 drivers considered better than indy drivers?
Because some drivers who could not hack it in the world of F1 goes to Indy... Also most Indy drivers would like to go to F1 because they believe that it would be a step up...
6. Resonant Solenoid Drivers
For the solenoid/relay to do its work, it needs to produce a certain amount of average H field, which means Ampere.Turns, which means current.Given that our coil has resistance, that current means power dissipation. As the H field varies linearly with current, and dissipation as current squared, a varying AC current will generate more dissipation than a steady DC current when producing the same average H field. Most coils are specified in a way that causes them to dissipate more than they need to, if driven in the simple way. There are two factors for this.They tend to be specified with a voltage drive. The voltage has to be high enough to cause enough current to flow when the coil is at high temperature, so it's slightly excessive at normal temperature. They need more current to pull in than to stay in. Once pulled in, the magnetic circuit improves, and much less current is needed. The specified current is therefore very excessive once the relay has pulled in. The use of a smart constant current driver, preferrably switch-mode, would solve both issues, and result in much less power being taken by a standard DC coil than usual. This is more expensive than a simple driver. There is therefore a tradeoff between initial purchase cost, and running cost.
7. Can I pass the drivers permit test without doing drivers ed?
Well, you HAVE to pass drivers ed to take the written test. You need to have the "Blue Card" to take the written test, and the only way to obtain the blue card is by passing drivers ed
8. handicapped drivers???
He would be treated the same as an able-bodied driver
9. HDMI device detection â should the turning off of one device be recognized as unplugging HDMI cable by the other device?
Many years lapsed but this problem remained.The root of annoyance is DELL itself, since they economize on cables to be attached.Just bought a new DELL monitor to replace the previous (still working without any issue but it is already 9 years old. ..) and ran into this bloody power save issue. Spent hours on internet wisdom, reset everything, refreshed drivers, etc.The final remedy was purchase of a new HDMI cable (nothing special, cost: only 7 bucks). Apparently the one I have found in my drawer is designed for one of the previous HDMI versions, while the new monitor has a socket for HDMI 1.4.From now on, there is no more waiting time before monitor can enter power save mode