Wireless Natural Multimedia Keyboard, No volume control?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by Imageman, Feb 28, 2007.

  1. Imageman

    Imageman Guest

    - New homebuilt Vista PC, Vista compatible hardware
    - Microsoft Wireless Natural Multimedia Keyboard
    - Windows 'Vista' driver software ITP64Eng.exe

    If I press the keyboard mute button, the sound slider appears on the monitor
    with red, indicating mute, and the sound goes off as it should. If I press
    the + or - volume keys, the line turns green, the sound comes back on, but
    the volume will not adjust the sound level? In a second or so the control
    drops from the monitor? Help appreciated - IM
     
    Imageman, Feb 28, 2007
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  2. Imageman

    Dmeister Guest

    I"m having the exact same problem. I have all of the updated patches for
    vista (32bit). It is a microsoft wireless natural multimedia keyboard
    and the volume control used to work on xp. All I did was update to
    vista, download the current drivers from microsoft after installing
    vista and volume control (+/-) stopped working. All other controls on
    my keyboard (stop, play, pause, etc) work correctly. It's just volume
    control.
     
    Dmeister, Apr 20, 2008
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  3. Imageman

    t-4-2 Guest

    Hello Dmeister,
    " other hardware HID Non-User Input Data Filter "-- windows optional
    update. It is designed specifically for wireless mice and keyboards. If
    you don't have it installed, you need it. If it's no longer listed in
    the windows update, install the IntelliPoint software then go look for
    it the optional in windows update.
    Intellipoint
     
    t-4-2, Apr 20, 2008
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  4. Imageman

    C.B. Guest

    Dmeister,

    You may have to uninstall your current software and reinstall it. Below
    is the link for the software you need, in English U.S.

    http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/m...=IntelliType Pro 6.2 32-bit for Windows Vista

    C.B.
     
    C.B., Apr 21, 2008
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