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Hp wireless keyboard 5129urf cant connect

Wirless mouse still connects.
have replaced batteries, pressed conect buttons in correct sequences, tried different usb ports, still nothing-
any ideas?
thanks
steve

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  • mcea Sep 09, 2008

    I have the same problem with the 5129URF keyboard and mouse. It just doesn't connect. The receiver is inactive too. Do I need to use a CD to instll again?

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Try to completely shutdown your computer when you connect it and turn your laptop back on once the pc is already booted back up switch on the mouse...

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Unless you can find not only the exact part number but a dongle with the exact same serial number its not possible.Having the same issue.I say shame on HP for creating this issue by not wanting to sell type specific replacements to resolve this problem.They would prefer that you buy an entire new set. Good Luck.

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I had the same problem and after hundreds of tries i push the button on the receiver and quickly the red connect button on the optical mouse for about 5 seconds and it work... i don´t know if it´s a final solution but this time it work´d

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