|11 Dec 2010||#1|
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Interlink VersaPoint RF keyboard not detected at startup
I have an Interlink VersaPoint RF Keyboard model VP6210 I'm trying to use with Windows 7. The USB wireless keyboard works just fine in the BIOS, but isn't detected in the OS until I 'rescan for new hardware' in the Device Manager. I have created a little batch program to call 'devcon.exe rescan' which will do this in an automated way. However, this is not a very good long term solution to the problem. Are there any drivers or something I'm missing with the VersaPoint keyboard? Has anyone found a more permanent solution to your wireless keyboard not being detected on startup in Windows 7, even though it works fine in the BIOS? Thanks.
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