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Windows 7: Need a WIN7 driver for a Worldtech Devices, specialty keyboard


17 Dec 2012   #1

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Need a WIN7 driver for a Worldtech Devices, specialty keyboard

aloha all,
My newly rebuilt media editing computer has been successfully loaded with Windows 7 Home Edition Family Pack.
I have a specialty USB keyboard for Adobe Custom Suite 4, model K9852, from worldtechdevices. The company has apparently gone out of business and I can't find enough information to see who might have acquired them, in order to get a current Windows 7 driver.
Before my rebuild the keyboard was working gr8 with WINXP-PRO-SP3 and since reloading and trying to get up to full speed, the WTD keyboard is giving me problems, i.e. when specific letters or number are used, I get the letter wanted plus the letter either to the right or left, when using numeral 2, I also get numeral 1.
Hopefully you folks can help me; 1) either find worldtech or, 2) tell me Windows 7 native drivers are sufficient, or 3) give me some other action to try.
Mahalo-n-aloha...from the big Island where the water is warm and clear and the temperature is 82F.
kobnadon


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17 Dec 2012   #2

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I'm also having problems getting updated info about WorldTech Devices. According to a Dun & Bradstreet company called Hoovers (they track and rate other companies) WorldTech is located in California. But when I tried going to the listed website I get a "site isn't loading right now" error message.

WorldTech Devices, Inc. | Company Profile from Hoover

Assuming they are in fact out of business, you might be able to find a driver by using Device Manager, updating or uninstalling the existing driver, and let Windows 7 search for a comparable driver. (I'd make sure to have another keyboard available just in case.) Expand "Keyboard" > right-click on the K9852 > Update Driver Software. See if that helps. Or, after right-clicking on the K9852 > Uninstall. Then reboot and see if a driver is found and installed by Windows 7.

How To Access Device Manager From the Control Panel in Windows 7

In the alternative, you could use a 3rd party company like DriverMax. Let it scan you computer and see if they can find an updated driver.

Or, you could try running the XP driver in Compatibility Mode.

Compatibility Mode
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