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How do i connect my wireless keyboard to my toshiba dx735?


The wireless keyboard should have come with an adapter that plugs into one of the usb ports of the computer. The wireless keyboard also needs a battery.

If you ask me the wireless keyboard and mouse are a waste of money because just when you need them to work, the battery goes dead at a critical time. Also, if I've got to be sitting right next to the computer to use them, why not use a dependable wired product?

Just make sure you know where the wired keyboard is, because you're going to need it.

Jun 04, 2012 | Toshiba Computers & Internet

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Mouse not working


There are many cheap pc parts online, buy a new wireless mouse at discount price (Computer Accessories, PC Accessories)will save your time and money!

May 26, 2012 | Logitech Wireless Access Duo Optical...

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How do i connect a keyboard to a binatone tablet 705


If there is no obvious hard wire socket on the tablet for a wired keyboard plug then you can do it with a wireless keyboard via the USB, if you have USB inputs on the pad. You will need to buy a wireless keyboard of course, they are made by Logitech and many others and available on eBay for very little money.

Jan 06, 2012 | Tablets & eReaders

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I just purchased a used micro innovations wireless keyboard. What kind of adapter do I need and how can I get the driver and user guide?


You should have received a sensor unit when you purchased the keyboard. Unless you have this I'm afraid the keyboard is useless. The keyboard I'm using to type this is a wireless type but the sensor is built into the actual computer so the keyboard is of no use to anyone unless they have the same type computer. I've never seen a sensor on it's own without the keyboard at auctions but I've seen plenty of keyboards without sensors.
The sensor can be in many forms but usually it's a half round module with a flat face which points toward the keyboard and has a cable attached with a USB plug on the end.
I'd be returning to where you got the keyboard and asking for the module. If it's not available, ask for a refund as it's of no use as it is. Maybe the seller didn't realise the module actually went with the keyboard and still has it. It's worth a try.
If you do get hold of the module write back and I will then try to track down the driver although your computer may recognize the sensor and have the driver ready to go. Often just plugging it in Windows will recognize it and load it all for you. A user guide isn't really necessary as it's just a matter of plugging in your sensor loading or let windows load the driver, pop a battery or two (usually AAA type) in the keyboard, pressing the one and only button on the bottom of the keyboard to sync the keyboard to the remote and away you go. All you have to do is replace the batteries when prompted or the keyboard becomes erratic or stops working. BUT try to get that module first or your money back.

As a last resort you could possibly try the manufacturers or importers for a spare module.

Good Luck

Apr 25, 2010 | Micro Innovations Wireless...

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Down arrow is not work completly and space bar


Replace the keyboard -- it's not worth the time/money to get a qualified computer technician to try to fix it.

Jan 09, 2010 | Acer NSK8458AN Keyboard

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My wireless mouse just quit working. keyboard


These are built very cheaply even though you pay good money for them they are designed and built at a minimal cost. I had problems with mine and finally threw it away and I am an electronics technician but it wasn't worth fixing. For what it is worth I have been using an MI wireless mouse for over a year now and it has been working fine other than replacing batteries occasionally.

Oct 08, 2009 | Logitech Computers & Internet

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My keyboard keeps cutting out. I have changed batteries (it is wireless) and that has not fixed the problem


a few quick steps. you have already done the first one.
1. change the batteries 2. re-sync the keyboard with the base station, if aplicable, depending on the keyboard you may or may not have a sync button 3.check the cable connections 4. make sure that the reciver isnt blocked by to many objects, if possible make sure the reciever is directly behind the keyboard, or at least within line of sight but within range. 5. make sure drivers are properly installed on the computer, maybe give into actually installing the included cd( i know i dont usually), or download the software.
if none of these help the problem is more serious than just a small little fix. i would suggest contacting logitech (if still under warrenty) and figure out a soulution with them. otherwise it may be more worth your time and money to just end up replacing the keyboard.

Aug 06, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Keyboard wires have been reaped off


if you just like to tinker and thats why you are trying to fix it, good luck, there probably isnt anywhere to find that information. The only reason I say that is the cost of wired keyboards have come down so much in price that they are almost not worth trying to repair. When something like this happens to one that is under warranty the companys just replace them and the old one goes in the trash. Its usually not worth the time or money to try to repair them.Sorry I cant help with where the wires need to be connected, but just thought I would offer my 2cents worth.

Jul 01, 2009 | HP D8597A Keyboard

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Wireless laser destop 4000


Just return,and get you're money back,or a new one.
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Dec 07, 2008 | Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 4000...

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Keyboard


Have you checked with another keyboard? at the moment there's no telling if the problem is with the keyboard or with the computer. If the problem is solved with another keyboard, and a driver update does you no good, I don't think it's worth your time and money. keyboards come cheap these days. Good luck

May 13, 2006 | Micro Innovations (09N5540) Keyboard

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