The Goldtouch keyboards and keypads are WHQL Certified, Plug and Play devices. Windows will automatically detect the device and install native Microsoft drivers so you don’t need to worry about specific drivers for Windows 7.
The keypads produced prior to December 2007 do have an issue with Windows 7. The way to tell the production date of the keypad is fairly simple. The first two digits are the week produced and the second pair of digits is the year produced. So for example. 1st two digits, 08 indicates a week 8 production, and the second pair of digits, 11 indicates a 2011 production date. If your keypad was produced prior to 0808 (February 2008), it will not work with Windows 7.
This issue was resolved with a firmware update needed for proper response to Windows 7.
The symptoms of this issue are sluggish key response, double characters, or having to hit a key several times before getting a response. We have a special trade-in program for users that have these older keypads and have upgraded to Windows 7. There is no firmware update available as the firmware is burned onto the ROM of these units.