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MEMOREX(brand) model: TS1100 SPILLPROOF KEYBOARD

I just bought a wireless keyboard but i don't know how to set it up if it needs to be set up.Ive went on their website and the keyboard is discontinued!!!! How can use my ketboard or can you plz help me if you can to set this thing up? Thanks in Advance.

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Wireless keyboards and mice generally come with a reciever that either plugs into a usb port or your ps2 port on your pc. Once you have this connected to your pc and you have ensured that there are batteries in your keyboard. Press the connect button the reciever then the connect button on your keyboard and it should work. Without the software for the keyboard you may only just be able to use it as a normal keyboard (wirelessly of course), with the software you could enable other functions on the keyboard if it has any.

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