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How do I get all the additional multi function buttons to work on a PC keyboard? - for example a Packard Bell keyboard with a Siemens PC.

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How do you get all the extra buttons to work?  Should the make of the keyboard and PC be the same?  Or can you mix any keyboard with any PC?  I have no drivers that I am aware of.
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The keyboard driver from the manufacturers website should be fine with any pc, as long as it is for the correct os. driverguide.com is also a good source of drivers. If you are not sure, post back with the model number and manufacturer (may not be Packard Bell) of the keyboard - should be on the back.

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