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Keyboard connectivity keyboard frequently disconnects for no identifiable reason.

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  • lawrence_dav Nov 16, 2008

    found a newer driver version and installed it. We'll see what happens.


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Possible driver problem, try re-installing the driver with cd that should have come provided with it, if the keyboard is wireless check the batteries and make sure your within range of the reciever

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