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GE HO98056 User Manual

Multimedia keyboard and optical mouse


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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    10-1. Description of Multimedia Key Zone-------------------------------------------------------------- 14 10-2. Description of Internet Key Zone ------------------------------------------------------------------ 15 10-3. Description of Windows Key Zone ---------------------------------------------------------------- 16 11. Special Mouse Functions ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17 12. Troubleshooting ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 18 13. 3 Year Limited Warranty------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 19 14. FCC Statement------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 20...
  • Page 3: Introduction

    Thank you for purchasing the GE branded Multimedia Keyboard and Optical Mouse. This User’s Manual contains all of the information needed to operate your keyboard and mouse. Please keep the enclosed CD in a safe place for future maintenance after installation.
  • Page 4: Package Contents

    3. Package Contents • Multimedia Keyboard • Optical 5-Button Mouse • 2 USB to PS2 adapters • Wrist Rest • CD with Software • User’s Manual 4. System Requirements • Pentium 133 MHz or higher processor • Windows® 95 or later •...
  • Page 5: Hardware Installation Instructions

    5. Hardware Installation Instructions The GE Multimedia keyboard and optical mouse can each be connected to either a USB or PS2 port. You may choose a different connection type for each. Please follow the instructions below for your preferred connection method.
  • Page 6: Software Installation Instructions

    6. Software Installation Instructions It is not necessary to load the software in order to use the standard functions of your keyboard or mouse. The software is only required to use the hot keys and to program the keyboard and/or mouse buttons.
  • Page 7 9. When prompted, select “Yes, I want to restart my computer now”. Then click “Finish”. Your computer will restart. 10. After the drivers and software have been loaded and the computer has rebooted, all keyboard and mouse functions should work properly. Hot keys and mouse buttons can be customized by double clicking on the keyboard ( ) or mouse ( section 7 and 8 for more details.
  • Page 8: Keyboard Settings

    7. Keyboard Settings To access the keyboard settings, double-click on the keyboard icon ( ) in the system tray located in the lower right hand side of your screen. 7-1. Programming Hot Keys 1. Select the hot key you wish to program from the keyboard picture shown below. The selected key will be highlighted in yellow.
  • Page 9 3. Choose the special function using step a or step b below. You may not reuse shortcuts already utilized by the keyboard hot keys. This includes things like your web browser and default mail program. Click “Browse” to locate an executable file. Drag the shortcut of an executable application or folder and drop it in the square indicated below.
  • Page 10: Customize The Hot Key Display

    7-2. Customize the Hot Key Display When you use any hot key, the Function Name and icon are briefly displayed in the lower right hand corner. You can select the colors and duration of the display from the OSD tab. 1.
  • Page 11: Mouse Settings

    8-1. Scroll Wheel Settings On the “Wheel” tab, select System default mode if you’d like your scroll wheel to act like a standard scroll mouse. Select Enhanced scroll mode to select wheel speed under “Wheel Speed”. Page - 11 -...
  • Page 12: Button Programming

    From the Button tab, select one of 47 options from the drop down menu. When you select a drop down menu, the button number will appear on the picture of the mouse next to the corresponding button being programmed. After selecting the function of each button, press Apply. Press OK to close the dialogue box.
  • Page 13: Software Un-Install Instructions

    9. Software Un-Install Instructions 1. When you are ready to uninstall the keyboard and mouse software, you must exit the programs. To do so right-click on the keyboard icon in the system tray, then click Exit. Right-click on the mouse icon in the system tray, and then click Exit.
  • Page 14: Special Function Hot Keys

    (e.g. to use the mouse). The available hot keys depend on the operating system and application being used. The following list shows the icon on each hot key and the standard assignment of each. Most hot keys can be reconfigured with the Multimedia Keyboard and Optical Mouse Software (see sections 7 &...
  • Page 15: Description Of Internet Key Zone

    10-2. Description of Internet Key Zone Back Forward Stop Refresh Search My favorites Home Go back to the previously viewed page in programs that support the “Back” command, such as a Web browser. Go to the next page (if it was previously viewed in the same session) in programs that support the “Forward”...
  • Page 16: Description Of Windows Key Zone

    10-3. Description of Windows Key Zone Email My Computer Calculator Sleep Starts the default e-mail program. If you are not sure what the default e-mail program is, press this key to find out. Opens My Computer. My computer shows the contents of all your storage drives and network drives.
  • Page 17: Special Mouse Functions

    11. Special Mouse Functions 1. Standard Left Mouse Button – In any Windows® application, click once to select files or programs or double click to open selected applications. This button cannot be programmed. 2. Standard Right Mouse Button – In any Windows® application, right click to select item and display a pop-up menu of common commands.
  • Page 18: Troubleshooting

    • The Multimedia Keyboard and Mouse Software does not work properly Make sure all other keyboard and mouse software has been removed from your PC. To remove the other software, use “Add/Remove Programs” in the Control Panel. Then restart your computer and re-install the Multimedia Keyboard and Mouse Software following the instructions in Section 6.
  • Page 19: Year Limited Warranty

    13. 3 Year Limited Warranty THREE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY: Jasco Products Company warrants this product to be free from manufacturing defects for a period of 3 years from the original date of consumer purchase. This warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of this product only and does not extend to consequential or incidental damage to other products that may be used with this unit.
  • Page 20: Fcc Statement

    14. FCC Statement Notice: Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requirements, Part 15 This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

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