TRUST CD MANUAL INTERNET KEYBOARD

Trust Internet Keyboard
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TRUST INTERNET KEYBOARD
Instruction Manual
Version 1.0
Trust Internet Keyboard
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Contents
1.
Introduction ..................................................................................................................................... 2
1.1
Conventions used in the manual ........................................................................................... 2
1.2
Contents of the box ................................................................................................................. 2
1.3
Minimum system requirements .............................................................................................. 2
2.
Safety ............................................................................................................................................... 3
3.
Installation ....................................................................................................................................... 4
3.1
Connecting the keyboard........................................................................................................ 4
3.2
Internet Keyboard program..................................................................................................... 4
4.
Multimedia buttons......................................................................................................................... 5
5.
Programming the buttons.............................................................................................................. 6
6.
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................. 8
7.
Specifications.................................................................................................................................. 9
8.
Trust Customer Care Centers...................................................................................................... 10
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1. Introduction
This instruction manual is for users of the Trust Internet Keyboard. Basic knowledge of computers is
sufficient to be able to install this product.
The Trust Internet Keyboard makes it possible for you to easily and accurately input information. The
keyboard is connected to your computer via the PS/2 cable.
Please consult one of the Trust Customer Care Centers if you have any problems. The last page of this
electronic instruction manual, as well as the back of the printed quick installation manual, contains more
information about these Customer Care Centers.
1.1
Conventions used in the manual
The following conventions have been used in the manual to indicate instructions:
<key>
Here you should press a key. The name of the key is given between brackets.
‘System’
This is a specific term used in a program. These are terms used by, for example, Microsoft
Windows 98.
[DIR]
Type the text shown between brackets [….].
(term)
The text between the parentheses (….) is the English term, e.g. (File) used in the figure
referred to.
Extra information will be shown as follows:
Note:
Turn off your computer before connecting the keyboard.
The examples assume that the letter "D" has been assigned to your CD-ROM drive. If your system uses a
different letter for your CD-ROM drive, for example "E", you should replace "D" by "E".
1.2
Contents of the box
Check the contents of the box. It should contain the following:
• Trust Internet Keyboard
• CD-ROM containing the drivers, applications and instruction manuals
• The quick installation manual
If anything is missing or damaged, please contact one of the Trust Customer Care Centers. You can find
more information on the last page of this instruction manual.
1.3
Minimum system requirements
• Pentium CPU
• 4MB RAM
• 4MB free HDD space
• PS/2 keyboard connection
• 4-speed CD-ROM drive
• Windows for the special function keys
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2. Safety
1.
Do not use this device in a damp environment, such as a bathroom, damp basement, swimming pool,
etc.
2.
Make sure nothing is placed on the power cable. Do not use this keyboard in an area where the cable
can become worn or damaged as a result of people walking over it.
3.
Do not try to repair this device yourself. If you open this keyboard, you may touch live components.
4.
Under the following circumstances, have the device repaired by qualified personnel:
a. The keyboard's cable or plug is damaged or worn.
b. Liquid has entered the device.
c.
The device has been dropped or the casing has been damaged.
5.
If the keyboard must be cleaned, wipe it down using a damp cloth. Do not use a liquid cleaner or a spray.
6.
Do not use the keyboard in a dusty environment. This will reduce the life span.
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3. Installation
3.1
Connecting the keyboard
1.
Turn the computer off.
2.
Connect the keyboard's PS/2 plug to the computer's PS/2 keyboard connection (see figure 1).
Figure 1: Connecting the keyboard
3.
3.2
Turn the computer on.
Internet Keyboard program
You can use the 'Internet Keyboard' program to assign various functions to the Multimedia buttons of the
Trust Internet Keyboard. Follow the instructions given below to install the program:
1.
Start Windows.
2.
Insert the application CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive.
3.
Click on 'Start' and select 'Run'.
4.
In the command line, type [D:\ Setup.exe] and click on 'OK' to start the Trust Software Installer (see
figure 2).
Figure 2: Trust Software Installer
5.
In the left-hand window, select the language that you wish to use during the installation.
6.
Click on the 'INTERNET KEYBOARD' button to start the installation of this program.
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Figure 3: Installing the Internet Keyboard program
7.
Click on 'Next'. The program will now be installed (see figure 3).
Figure 4: Installation complete
8.
Click on ‘Finish’ to complete the installation and restart your computer (see figure 4).
You have now completed the installation. After restarting your computer, the 'Internet Keyboard' icon will
automatically appear in the Windows taskbar. Click on this icon to start the program.
4. Multimedia buttons
You can use the Multimedia buttons on the Trust Internet Keyboard to easily operate various applications.
See the table below for the description of the various buttons:
Button
Description
Function
Power
Shuts down Windows.
Sleep
Places Windows in the sleep setting.
Note: This function does not work in Windows NT4.
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Button
Description
Function
Email
Starts your default e-mail program.
Hot Key
Press this button to turn the Multimedia buttons on and off. The ‘Hot Key’
LED will be lit when the Multimedia buttons are active.
My Computer
Opens the 'My Computer' folder.
Calculator
Activates the calculator.
WWW Home
Starts your default Internet browser.
WWW Search
Starts your Internet browser's search function.
WWW
Favorites
Opens the folder containing your favourite Internet pages.
WWW Back
Moves to the previous Internet page.
WWW Forward Moves forward to the next Internet page.
WWW Refresh
Refreshes the current Internet page.
WWW Stop
Stops downloading the current Internet page.
Media Select
Starts your default media player (depends on the type of media in your CDROM drive).
Previous Track
When playing a music CD, returns to the start of the current track. If the
current track has not yet started, the CD will return to the start of the
previous track. When playing a video file, you can also use this button to
rewind the video.
Next Track
When playing a music CD, jumps to the start of the next track. When
playing a video file, you can also use this button to forward the video.
Play/Pause
Starts the music CD or video file. Pauses the CD or video when it is being
played. Click on the button again to continue playing.
Stop
Stops playing the music CD or video file.
Mute
Turns the sound off when playing a music CD or video file. Click on the
button again to turn the sound back on.
Volume Up
Increases the volume.
Volume Down
Decreases the volume.
5. Programming the buttons
You can use the 'Internet Keyboard' program to change all the pre-programmed functions of the Multimedia
buttons to your own requirements, except for the 'Power', 'Sleep', 'E-mail' and 'Hot Key' buttons. Follow the
instructions given below to program the buttons:
1.
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Click on the 'Internet Keyboard' icon in the Windows taskbar or go to 'Start - Programs - Trust' and
select the 'Internet Keyboard' option to start the program (see figure 5).
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Figure 5: Internet Keyboard program
2.
Use the mouse to click on the button that you wish to reprogram.
3.
In the next window, select the 'Functions' option to assign one of the pre-programmed functions given in
list to the button (see figure 6).
Figure 6: Programming the buttons
4.
Select the ‘Launch Application or Website’ option to assign a different application or Internet page to the
button. For ‘Application Path or URL’, type the URL of the Internet page or the location of the program.
5.
For ‘Button Label’, give a name for the programmed button.
6.
Click on 'OK' to activate the changes.
The selected button has now been programmed. Follow the above instructions for every button that you wish
to change.
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6. Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Possible solution
The keyboard does
not function.
The keyboard has not
been connected
correctly.
Connect the keyboard correctly (see chapter 3).
The Multimedia
buttons do not
function.
The ‘Hot Key’ button
has not been activated.
Click on the 'Hot Key' button. The 'Hot Key' LED will
light up (see chapter 4).
The ‘Internet Keyboard’
program has not been
installed.
Install the 'Internet Keyboard' program (see chapter 3).
Check the FAQ's on the Internet (www.trust.com). You can also register your product at www.trust.com, so
that you can receive optimal guarantee and service support. You will be automatically informed of
developments to your product and other Trust products. You will also have the chance of winning some
spectacular prizes.
If you still have problems after trying these solutions, please contact one of the Trust Customer Care Centers.
You can find more information on the last page of this instruction manual. Please have the following
information available:
• The article number. This is 12268 (US) / 12267 (SW) / 12266 (UK) / 12265 (NW) / 12264 (IT) / 12263
(GM) / 12262 (FR) / 12261 (DN).
• Your hardware information.
• A good description of what does not work.
• A good description of when the problem occurs.
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7. Specifications
Connection
PS/2 keyboard connection
Number of keys
104 or 105 (depends on the language)
Multimedia buttons
17 for the number pad + 4 separate keys
Operating system
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT4, Windows
2000
Size (HxWxD)
35 x 459 x 170 mm
Gross weight
1.0 kg
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8. Trust Customer Care Centers
Inhabitants of Great Britain and Ireland should contact:
Great Britain Office
Internet
www.trust.com
From:
E-mail
customercare.uk@trust.com
9:30 a.m. Fax
+44-(0)1376-514633
5.00 p.m.
Tel.
+44-(0)1376-500000
Inhabitants of Italy should contact:
Italian Office
From:
Internet
www.trust.com
E-mail
customercare.it@trust.com
9.00 a.m. Fax
051-6635843
1.00 p.m. /
Tel.
051-6635947
2.00 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
Inhabitants of France and North Africa should contact:
French Office
From:
Internet
www.trust.com
E-mail
customercare.fr@trust.com
9:00 a.m. Fax
+33-(0)1-48174918
5.00 p.m.
Tel.
+33-(0)803-083080
Inhabitants of Germany should contact:
German Office
From:
Internet
www.trust.com
E-mail
customercare.de@trust.com
9:00 a.m. Fax
02821-58873
5.00 p.m.
Tel.
0800-00TRUST (=0800-0087878)
Inhabitants of Spain should contact:
Spanish Office
From:
Internet
www.trust.com
E-mail
customercare.es@trust.com
9.00 a.m. Fax
+31-78-6543299
5.00 p.m.
Tel.
+31-902 160937
Inhabitants of the Netherlands should contact:
Dutch Office
From:
Internet
www.trust.com
E-mail
customercare@trust.com
9:00 a.m. Fax
078-6543299
5.00 p.m.
Tel.
0800-BELTRUST (=0800-23587878) or 078-6549999
Inhabitants of all other European countries should contact:
European Head Office
From:
Internet
www.trust.com
E-mail
support@trust.com
9.00 a.m. Fax
+31-78-6543299
5.00 p.m.
Tel.
+31-78-6549999
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