Category: Input Device
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 0.59 MB
Operating System: Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.0.2195.1 / 09 Dec 1999
An input device like a keyboard is normally supported by a generic device driver incorporated into the host operating system platform. For most part these operating system environments make use of support components like layout files in order to help the host computer system correctly identify the arrangement of the physical keys on the hardware component. This process is made possible by the communication between the device driver of the input device like the Sejin USB Keyboard with PS/2 Mouse Port and the underlying operating system environment. By using this method the host operating system makes sure that there is a corresponding action associated with every key pressed on the input device. Failure of this method normally leads to what is commonly known as a dead key. This situation results in an erroneous or no action at all from the currently active software application.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
By far in majority of computer systems around the world the keyboard hardware and the mouse pointing device are the primary input devices. Essentially evolution in the keyboard hardware has been limited mostly to the introduction of special keys which are sometimes referred to as hot keys and the implementation of the interface port which ranges from AT (for older computer systems, PS/2, and Universal Serial Bus compliant interfaces among others. For the Sejin USB Keyboard with PS/2 Mouse Port an additional feature which is activated with the installation of the correct device driver is the built-in PS/2 interface port which can host the mouse pointing device. This means that the computer user does not need to connect the mouse pointing device directly to the back panel of the machine. The device driver makes it possible for the host operating system environment to detect its presence as if it was connected to the PS/2 port of the central processing unit. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Sejin USB Keyboard with PS/2 Mouse Port errors before installing any driver updates.