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HP Multimedia Keyboard driver for WIn7?

I upgraded my HP A6313w to Windows7 last night. Everything went smoothly except for the keyboard driver.


The A6313w comes with a the P/N: 5188-6077 multimedia keyboard, I tried manipulating an install of the 

Vista driver - and I have some partial functionality of a few keys.


The volume up/down/mute work - but there is no on-screen indicator (the volume level bar, mute on/off text, etc)


The seach and mail buttons worked once, but after rebooting they have not worked since.


Anyone know if HP has released a Windows7 driver - or if there is anything I missed on the install?


(In order to install the driver, I used 7zip to extract the contents of the install exe file. I then went into the 'src' directory and ran the 'install' program.

The main, HP install program checks the windows version and does not let the vista drivers install under Win7)

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Honor Student
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Member Since: ‎10-24-2009
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Re: HP Multimedia Keyboard driver for WIn7?

Thanks, looks like those drivers worked for me!


Took awhile for the Button panel of the keyboard control window to load, but I have the volume indicators active, which is what I was most interested in.


Thanks again! Smiley Happy

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Member Since: ‎10-30-2009
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Re: HP Multimedia Keyboard driver for WIn7?

Have loaded the driver on my d5000t Win7 system and works great.  How do I change the font of the OSD (and the color)?



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