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Hewlett-Packard Company
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USA
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Contents
Introduction..........................................1
System Requirements ...........................1
Installing the Keyboard ........................1
Installing the Multimedia Keyboard
Software ..............................................2
Changing Keyboard Settings.................3
For the Windows XP operating system ................. 3
Using the Keyboard..............................3
Edit keys .......................................................... 5
Numeric keys ................................................... 5
Special buttons ................................................. 6
Features........................................................... 6
Buttons ............................................................ 7
Button configuration ........................................ 12
Troubleshooting ................................. 13
Regulatory Information ...................... 14
Declaration of Conformity................................ 14
Alphanumeric keys............................................ 3
Function keys.................................................... 4
Arrow keys....................................................... 4
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Introduction
Installing the Keyboard
Thank you for purchasing this Internet PS/2
Multimedia Keyboard.
1 Turn off your computer.
The kit contains:
■
These instructions.
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The Internet PS/2 Multimedia Keyboard.
■
The Limited Warranty Statement.
2 Insert the keyboard PS/2 connector into the
PS/2 port on the back of the PC.
The Internet PS/2 Multimedia Keyboard
connects to the computer through a PS/2
keyboard port.
System Requirements
You must have a PC with the Microsoft®
®
Windows XP operating system to use the
Internet PS/2 Multimedia Keyboard.
3 Press the On button. The computer
automatically recognizes the keyboard.
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Installing the Multimedia
Keyboard Software
You need to install the Microsoft Windows XP
keyboard software solution CD in order to have
the Special Buttons functional.
To install the Multimedia Keyboard software:
2 Click Start on the taskbar.
3 Click My Computer.
4 Double-click on the CD-ROM or DVD-ROM
drive in which you inserted the Microsoft
Windows XP keyboard software solution CD.
5 Click Yes to begin the installation.
1 Insert the Microsoft Windows XP keyboard
software solution CD into a CD-ROM or
DVD-ROM drive.
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Skip to step 5 if the program automatically
starts.
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If the program does not start automatically,
continue with step 2.
6 When the installation is complete, click
Finish.
7 Remove the CD.
8 Click Yes to restart the computer.
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Changing Keyboard
Settings
For the Windows XP operating
system
1 Click Start on the taskbar.
Using the Keyboard
The keyboard has an arrangement of standard
keys and special buttons. The illustrations show
the location of the keys and buttons.
Alphanumeric keys
2 Click Control Panel.
3 Click Printers and Other Hardware, if it
is present.
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4 Double-click Keyboard. The Keyboard
Properties window opens.
5 Click a tab and change settings as desired.
6 Click Apply.
7 Click OK.
The alphanumeric keys are the main keys found
on a standard typewriter.
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Function keys
Arrow keys
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The function keys are the F1 through F12 keys
located above the main keys. Pressing F1 opens
a Help window for the software program being
used. Pressing F3 opens a search window. F1
and F3 are available at all times. Other function
key operations may depend on what software
program you are using.
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The arrow keys are controls for up, down, right,
and left. You can use these keys instead of the
mouse to move the cursor for navigation in a
Web site, in a document, or in a game.
Edit keys
Numeric keys
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The edit keys include the following: Insert,
Home, Page Up, Delete, End, and Page Down.
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When the Num Lock LED (light-emitting diode)
on the keyboard is on, the numeric keys are the
number keys and arithmetic functions found on a
basic calculator. When the Num Lock LED on the
keyboard is off, the numeric keys are directional
keys used during games or to move the cursor.
Press the Num Lock key to lock and unlock the
numeric key functions.
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Special buttons
Features
Your keyboard enables you to:
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The special buttons are at the top of the
keyboard. These buttons operate a CD or DVD
player, connect you to the Web, or provide
quick access to specific functions.
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Adjust speaker volume.
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Mute speaker sound.
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Start and stop playing a CD or DVD, skip to
different tracks, and eject the disc tray.
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Connect to the Internet (if you have an
established Internet account).
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Search for information on the Internet.
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Customize the buttons to open programs and
connect to Web sites.
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Place the PC into standby to save power.
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Get support information.
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Find a file or program on the hard disk.
Buttons
The top of the keyboard has a number of special buttons.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
K
M
N
P
T
S
R
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V
W
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Note: Some buttons may be labeled differently on your keyboard.
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Figure
Key
Icon
A
Feature
Description
Standby
Puts PC into power-saving mode (screen is blank but PC is still
on). To make screen reappear, press any key on keyboard, or
press standby again. May take 10–30 seconds before screen
reappears.
B
user
User
Switches between the PC users.
C
hp
HP
Links to HP Web site.
Help
Opens the Help and Support Center.
My Photo
Center
Opens an imaging software program. Can be reconfigured.
D
E
photo
Or
Picture It!
F
music
Music
Starts MusicMatch Jukebox or Windows Media Player. Can be
reconfigured.
G
video
Video
Opens video software program.
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Figure
Key
H
K
M
N
Icon
Feature
Description
Shopping
Sports
Finance
Connect
P
Search
R
Chat
S
E-Mail
Goes to popular Web sites. Can be reconfigured to open any
site or software program.
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Figure
Key
T
Icon
Feature
Description
See figure on
next page
Media Controls
(CD/DVD/MP3)
Operates CD or DVD player:
a — open and close disc trays
b — record
c — play or pause
d — stop
e — skip to the previous track
f — skip to the next track
V
W
Volume
Volume control
(Volume knob or
Volume Up and
Volume Down
buttons)
Volume knob: Increases speaker volume when turned
clockwise and decreases volume when turned counterclockwise.
It can be turned indefinitely, even after maximum sound has
been reached.
Mute
Turns speaker sound on and off.
Volume Up and Down buttons: Press the Volume Up
button to
button to increase volume and the Volume Down
decrease volume.
The Internet buttons will work only if you have established an online connection and have signed up
with an Internet Service Provider (ISP).
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Media controls
a
Media control keys:
d
b
c
1a — open and close top optical disc tray (if
you have two optical drives)
2a — open and close the bottom optical disc
tray (if you have two optical drives)
2a — open and close the optical disc tray (if
you have one optical drive)
a
e
f
b
— record
c
— play or pause
d
— stop
e
— skip to the previous track
f
— skip to the next track
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Button configuration
You can reconfigure the special buttons on the
keyboard to open different programs or files, or
to connect to favorite Web sites.
1 Click Start on the taskbar.
2 Choose Control Panel.
3 Click Printers and Other Hardware, if it
is present.
4 Double-click Keyboard.
5 When the Keyboard Properties window
appears, click the Buttons tab.
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6 Double-click the button you want to change.
The Button Configuration window opens.
7 Choose the button capability from the
drop-down list. Enter the Display label and
the Address information. (For a Web site,
enter the complete Web site URL in the
Address box.)
8 Click OK.
9 On the Buttons tab, click Apply.
10 Repeat steps 6 through 9 for each button you
want to reconfigure.
11 Click OK when you are finished reconfiguring
the keyboard.
Troubleshooting
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My keyboard doesn’t work, even
though the computer and monitor
seem to work.
If the PC beeps repeatedly or if nothing
happens when you press keys, it’s possible
that the keyboard is connected improperly.
Make sure the keyboard is firmly connected
to the PS/2 port on the back of the computer.
Try reinserting the connector:
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When I push one of the special or
multimedia buttons on the keyboard,
nothing happens.
Check the button configuration. To reconfigure
the button, refer to the section “Changing
Keyboard Settings.”
1 Turn off your computer. Unplug the
keyboard PS/2 connector from the back
of the PC.
2 Plug the keyboard PS/2 connector back
into the PS/2 port on the back of the PC.
3 Press the On button. The computer
automatically recognizes the keyboard.
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Regulatory Information
Declaration of Conformity
According to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014
Manufacturer’s Name:
Hewlett-Packard Company
Manufacturer’s Address:
10500 Ridgeview Ct.
Cupertino, CA 95015-4010
USA
declares that the product
Product Name:
Internet PS/2 Multimedia Keyboard
Model Number(s):
5181
Product Options:
All
conforms to the following Product Specifications:
Safety:
EN 60950:1992 + A1, A2, A3, A4, A11
EMC:
FCC Title 47 CFR, Part 15 Class B
2)
Supplementary Information:
1) The Product was tested in a typical configuration with
Hewlett-Packard Personal Computer and peripherals.
2) This Device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Hardware Quality Engineering Manager
Cupertino, CA, USA May, 2003
For Regulatory Compliance Information ONLY, contact:
North America
Contact:
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Hardware Quality Engineering Manager
Hewlett-Packard
10500 Ridgeview Ct.
Cupertino, CA 95015-4010
USA
(Phone: 408-343-5000)
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