12-10-2009 02:41 AM
i am looking for the above mentioned driver for Windows 7 professional, but lenovo support could not help. The trackpoint, mousebuttons and touchpad are without function but keys are usable. Windows 7 shows 2times a bluscreen with hidclass.sys but after restarting and the problem solving screen the bluescreen error seems to be solved.
If anybody (including Lenovo!) have the driver, please inform with a short reply. Thanks in advance.
12-26-2009 08:20 PM
Hi. I managed to get my USB Keyboard with Ultranav working on my Thinkpad X61T. I had to install them in Vista SP2 compatibility mode to get them to work.
The drivers that I downloaded were from here
The v2kyb03us17.exe and v5kyb04us17.exe.
First I did not plug in my keyboard yet. I left it disconnected from the laptop. You will need to execute the extractable files. It will extract the setup program to "C:\SWTOOLS\DRIVERS\KYB". Go into the "v2kyb03us17" folder first. If I am not wrong, this is the Synaptics drivers for the ultranav device. I think so. Can't really remember.
BUT anyway, you have to right-click on the 'Setup' application program and select "trouble shoot compatibility". Then it will prompt you to 'Select trouble shooting option' where there will be two options - "Try recommended settings" or "Troubleshoot program". Select "Troubleshoot program".
Next it will prompt you "What problems do you notice?".
Check the box next to "The program worked in earlier version of Windows but won't install or run now". Then click "Next".
"Which version of Windows did this program work on before?"
Select "Windows Vista (Service Pack 2)". Click on "Next" and it will prompt you to run the program. Run it and install it as per normal.
Do the same for the setup application in the "v5kyb04us17" folder. However in my case, I went straight into the "Vista" folder, then "X86" folder, and did it on the setup application in there. And after that I did it on the setup application on the "Fn Key Support Program" folder which seems to be the installation of the hotkey drivers.
Anyway, after installing all that in Windows Vista SP2 compatibility mode, plug your keyboard in. It auto installed the drivers for me, and then prompt me for a system restart. After restarting, my trackpoint and mousepad worked!!! Of course I disabled the mousepad right away. But oh boy. I freaking spent a whole night of drivers hunting/troubleshooting, only to get it working this afternoon.
Thanks to the below website for the 'hint'.
Cheers buddy. I hope this works for you, and for the other trackpoint fans out there.
11-13-2012 05:41 AM
It looks like the page in the link above has been removed. Any idea where I can get this driver? I'd really like to try to get this keyboard working in Windows 7. Thanks!
11-13-2012 05:57 AM
11-13-2012 07:06 AM