I am a bit surprised since this Logitech Itouch Keyboard generates codes for every key on it and the Windows Multimedia keyboard you are using should too. That's the only way any SW could hook onto it in Windows to do anything.
Since I had a no-name PS2 keyboard when I first installed WIN2K, perhaps in your case Windows 2000 is loading a Microsoft specific driver instead of a generic keyboard driver?
In Girder,have you enabled the keyboard under file->settings->hardware plugins?
Also, the green LED looking icon should blink from green to yellow everytime you press a key.
Maybe my description of the question mark icon was poor. As I look at it, it looks more like one of those cartoon question clouds and it has an exclamation point (!) in it.
Beyond that, I make no claims to be an expert on Girder http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/smile.gif
Heck, I am still learning all the cool things you can do with it.
Perhaps you should ask in the Girder forum at:http://www.stack.nl/~stilgar/windoze/girder.html
Like here, folks there are very helpful.
[This message has been edited by Joe Q (edited 05-05-2001).]