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How do i initialise the mouse and keyboard to the signal receiver

I have an Advent model AD-WDi wireless keyboard and mouse. After changing the batteries in the keyboard i no longer have interaction. As i have lost the install instructions, can you help with the re-initialise procedure?

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Hi! dharvey194,

welcome to Fixya,

restarting your PC can correct this problem or just wait for a while for your system to detect it. if you have encounter another problem, feel free to post another comments.

please take your time at Fixya and rate me accordingly.

God Bless.

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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