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MY MEMEOREX RF 5700 KEYBOARD AND PS/2 CONNECTOR "THINGY"

I bought a Memorex 5500 and it didn't have a installation cd in the box.My comp does not pick it up as new hardware,i don't understand why it's not working! And yes I've put batteries in also.Can anyone please help me figure this thing out! It's a wireless keyboard but right now it's just"BIG USELESS"! Thanks in advance.

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Here is the link for Memorex Support for your keyboard/mouse. You can download the drivers and install them.

RF5700 Support

(I was a little confused by the model #. The heading was RF5700 but in your post it said 5500. Memorex didn't list a 5500.)

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