This step-by-step guide shows you how to manually install the Pluralinput Driver. You are only required to use this guide if the automatic installation via the DeviceSetup failed.

Step 1

Firstly, the OS version and platform needs to be determined. If you already know which operating system you are using and whether it’s 64-bit or 32-bit, you can continue with step 2.

  • Click on the Windows Start button ()
  • Click on the Computer entry in the list on the right.
  • Click on System properties
  • This window now shows you your Computers properties

Step 2

Open the Windows Device Manager

  • Hold down the Windows Logo Key and hit the R-key. This will open the Run-dialog:
  • Now type devmgmt.msc into the text area and click “OK”
  • If a UAC dialog pops up, click continue
  • You should see the Windows Device Manager window:

Step 3

Install the driver:

  • Expand the Mice and other pointing devices and the Keyboards categories to see the attached mice and keyboards.
  • Right-click on the device on which you’d like to install the Pluralinput Driver on and select Update Driver Software
  • Click Browse my computer for driver software
  • Click Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer
  • Click Have Disk…
  • Click Browse…, navigate to your Pluralinput installation directory (usually “C:\Program Files\Pluralinput”) and select the Driver-folder. You now need to open the folder that corresponds to your Windows version:
    • WinXP for Windows XP
    • WinVista for Windows Vista
    • Win7 for Windows 7
    • Win8 for Windows 8
    • Win8.1 for Windows 8.1
    • Win10 for Windows 10
  • Next, if you have a 64-bit Windows open the x64 folder, otherwise open the x86 one. If you have selected a keyboard device, select the pikbd.inf file, if you selected a mouse, select pimou.inf.
  • Finally click Open
  • The driver is now being installed. If the following window pop-ups, click Install to continue.