I want to find a driver for USB keyboard Ednet?

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Hi Experts,

I am currently running Windows 98 on my Acer Aspire PC. I bought a USB to PS/2 converter from Ednet so I can use it on my MS Natural Pro Keyboard. But I did not get any installation disk for the converter. I thought that it could be just plug-and-play, but when I plugged it to my PC, it didn't work. Where can I get a driver for my Ednet converter?

Thanks.

Jafet Windsor

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Answered By 0 points N/A #132750

I want to find a driver for USB keyboard Ednet?

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Hello Jafet,

To resolve the issue that you are getting when you try to use the converter, you will need to do the following:

  • It appears like the current converter you have has got bugs.  You can return to the supplier you bought from and then demand a replacement.
  • You also need to make sure that the converter meets the system specifications of your computer for that could be one reason why it is not working.
  • You can also look for the driver online and download it from there. Just make sure that you specify your computer's specs the right way so that you will get a compatible driver for the computer.

Regards,

Carl

Answered By 0 points N/A #132751

I want to find a driver for USB keyboard Ednet?

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Hi Jafet,

First of all you have OS Windows 98 which is way much old OS and also it doesn't have feature of auto installing device drivers

Since Windows XP and all latest OS are capable of self installation of basic device drivers.

Try upgrading your OS.

If that’s not possible then go to official website of your device brand and search, download and install device drivers from there.

If you cannot find relevant driver then mail company to send you setup of device drivers.

 

Hope it helps!!

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #132752

I want to find a driver for USB keyboard Ednet?

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Hi Jafet,
As far I know windows 98 do not install drivers by its own, but it can recognize the device and gives a message that a new device is connected. You did not mention anything about it. So I am considering that your system could not recognize it. It means that the device you bought is not working properly. Now follow the steps and observe if the device is working or not!
1. Unplug the device.
2. Shutdown the computer and plug the device.
3. Restart the computer watch in the right corner of the start bar that any message is pop up or not!
If not than be sure you have to send back your device because it is damaged. Otherwise the device is OK and just has to find out a driver. You can also ask the manufacturer company for the driver.
Thank you,
Riley Weaver.

Answered By 50 points N/A #132753

I want to find a driver for USB keyboard Ednet?

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Thanks my friends. Carl Jack, your solution is a fantastic one. The procedure you provided is very easy for me to understand. I have configured it and I found the desired driver for my Ednet converter. Thanks again Carl Jack.

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