08-10-2010 01:03 PM
If this issue was already on the forum then I was too lazy and hungry to search for it.
I have my dinovo keyboard connected via bluetooth and every key works but the media keys. Using Windows 7 64 bit, Setpoint Control Center version 6.15.6, and Driver version 5.10.9.
"Some features of this device are not supported by this version of Setpoint". I guess media buttons are it. Well they do work, but they don't do anything to the media player. The media buttons worked fine when I had my G15 connected but since the desktop is done I won't be using it with the laptop anymore. Every button shows up on the screen and that lets me know they do 'something'.
I use Aimp2, I also tried the media buttons on Windows Media Player didn't work there either. My laptop does have it's own media keys which work fine (along with Fn+), but I'd rather leave it closed when it's closed.
LOL WHOA so I pressed F-Lock just now and that caused the media buttons to work. xD xD ummm okay so that's how you get the media keys to work (Kudos if it worked for you). It didn't seem to matter which mode it was in either (S or E).
To many Logitech products? No way:
Anywhere Mouse MX, MX Revolution, MX 5500 Revolution Mouse, Cordless Keyboard for Wii, X-540, G15 Keyboard, G9 Mouse, G13 Advanced Gameboard, G930 Headset, Rumble Gamepad F510, G700 Mouse.
Cordless Action™ for PlayStation®2, Cordless Desktop® LX 700, diNovo™ Media Desktop® Laser, MX Revolution Cordless Desktop Keyboard®, VX Revolution™.
I plan to get: G19 if the G15v2 fails and nothing else until I move
Wish they made a non bluetooth or non IR remote control for the computer so I can stop using my wiimotes.