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I have a question-I am thinking about purchasing a wireless keyboard and mouse for my laptop. I know of someone who did this and was not able to use their laptop keyboard after the install. What error occured?

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Hi,
Nothing to worry. It doesn't happen like that. Its because of their laptop keyboard problem. You can work with wireless keyboard and mouse.

Thank you.......

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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