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Hp Wireless Keyboard 5189URF (K) Rev 2.1

At frequent random intervals. the keyboard becomes very slow to respond to keystrokes, with many double characters, which makes the product unintelligible and very difficult to edit. hp have replaced the original keyboard and mouse, which were Rev 1.1, with Rev 2.1, which seemed to work better for a few months, but is now just as bad as the original. Putting in new batteries (1.5v Duracell, but it's not much different with NimH's ) makes no difference.

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  • Old Fossil Oct 30, 2008

    I think I more or less solved the problem : I put the recieiver for the keypoard/mouse on a 1m dongle and taped it just above the keyboard and just below the mouse. It now works much better, but still not perfectly.

    However, it's hardly "wireless".

    I should have just stuck with a wired keyoard and mouse! (and I wouldn't have to worry about the batteries going flat. )

  • Anonymous Dec 08, 2008


    my issue is with the same Old Fossil's hp Wireless Keyboard 5189URF

    only the pointer is moving but unable to use it checked all options but unable to resolve.provide any solution.



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