> On Thu, 24 Jun 2010 18:39:10 +0100, Me <Me@me.com> wrote:
>> Have you tried here?
> I downloaded it and tried to install it but it is not recognised.
> What i need is a copy of the original CD or an address for the
> manufacturer of the unit.
The original manufacturer may well not deal with end users!
These devices typically look like a combination of USB sound card and
HID (human interface device - i.e. keyboard in this case). The sound
card can probably be handled by generic driver code. The keyboard might
be more of a problem, but possibly not - it might even simply generate
the key codes for the corresponding characters on the main keyboard.
Unfortunately, Windows won't always select drivers based on device
class, although often what is on the CD is only a mapping between the
USB ID and built-in Windows driver binaries. The USB ID may change
with the branding.
If you have access to a Linux system, I'd try running "lsusb -v" to get
all the device identify information. I can't promise that that will
help, but there may be clues as to what it really is, under the skin.