Keyboard software problem

  bobbyp 11:46 07 Mar 03

I have recent bought a Microsoft Internet Keyboard (having spilt beer over my last one). I tried installing the software that comes with it (to configure F keys etc) However, I get :

"Error 1101, Error reading from file c:\windows\temp\_isC386\1033.MST. Verify that the file exists and that you can access it.".

The file does not exist (probably I may have deleted it on a major clean up - oops).

Can I get around this (apart from not bothering with programming the keys). Can I get this file from somewhere - what else may I have deleted? i thought I didn't need temp files. If I do, why are they in a temp directory?

  MartinT-B 11:59 07 Mar 03

SOMETIMES programs do that!

BUT, you should have had a msg about it when you deleted it.

Assuming you are on 98.

Go to control panel - Add/Remove programs and remove the keyboard driver you installed.

Then click System - choose the Device manager tab.

Scroll down 'til you see keyboard and click the + sign next to it.

Highlight the keyboard and click properties (at the bottom of the window) Click the driver tab and click update driver. tell it you have the disk when asked, and follow the prompts.

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