My wireless HP keyboard just stopped working. Initially I thought the keyboard was the issue. I bougt a new keyboard. The mouse works fine. The keyboard will only work if I hold each key for several seconds at a time. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers several times. I have even gone as far as to change to a hard wired keyboard. The hard wired keyboard is having the same issue. I have also ran a diagnostics test with the computer. The test says all is fine.
I am at a total loss. Is anyone else dealing with this issue?
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go to following link from HP
and recheck things again..
if things still dont work then contact HP to get the mouse replaced..
http://tinyurl.com/y8ek43e let me know if this resolved ur issue.. regards,guru
These keyboards only seem to work with a certain type of battery. I found the best results with a plain ALKALINE battery. I'm specifically using an Energizer, but I would guess most any Alkaline would work.
My original battery went dead after 6 months, and I replaced with a rechargeable Nickel-metal hydride (NiMh). My keyboard started behaving sluggish less than 24 hours later. I thought there was no way it was the battery, because these are the batteries that last forever in a digital camera (when Alkaline's get drained in about 1 hour in a digital camera). I tried ever fix possible, even blaming it on a new wireless router I had put in. I changed the router's wireless channels, removed cordless phones, and about everything else.
Finally I put another set of rechargeable batteries in, and everything worked great for about another 24 hours. I then decided to go back to a plain Alkaline battery, and all has been well for over a week now.
I'm sure that's not the issue for everyone, but maybe it will help some. So many of the batteries today are made for digital devices, and we had to look specifically for the Alkaline, making sure not to get a NiMh or Lithium Ion battery.