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Keyboard and mouse not working

I had to disconnect everything to move computer and now they don't work. I cannot find my reboot directions. Can you tell me how to synconize them?

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  • lrromano1 Nov 21, 2008

    I tried this but it still does not work. Any other suggestions? I also changed the batteries

  • jesseamaya20 Dec 14, 2008

    I do not nahe the software to program keyboard and mouse wath do I do now??

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If you have only moved the computer and unplugged the keyboard and mouse, the software should not be the problem. Plug the reciever back into the computer then press the button on the reciever, then the button on the keyboard, wait for the lights to stop flashing then do the same again for the mosue, reciever first then the mouse. This should connec them again.

I hope this helps

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Do not have software anymore how do i reprogram it???

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There are buttons on each item..press them and see the light re engage..also, check the batteries in all systems to make sure they are seated and fresh..

should do the trick

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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    P. Thomas Nov 21, 2008

    sounds like a reinstall is called for..do you have that disk?

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