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Dont know where to hook up my keyboard to the laptop

Where is the port to connect my keyboard?

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You need a USB keyboard to connect to laptop...

oterwise if U have PS2 keyboard then u need to buy a ps2tousb adapter...

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There must be two items (at least) for the unit to work ... a transmitter and a receiver. The keyboard will have a transmitter internal to it. There should be a receiver unit (either a dongle or a USB cabled unit) that connects to a port on the laptop. They communicate together to wirelessly pass the keyboard data to the laptop. Without the laptop part the keyboard in just a door stop.

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if you are using a desktop computer check the connection of your keyboard at the back of your computer tower. there is a port there that is commonly colored violet that is for PS/2 keyboard. it looks like round connector with pins on it. sometime there are USB keyboard. check their connection if they are tightly connected to the tower. just to make sure if they are connected press num lock key if the led lights up then it is connected.
if you are using a laptop. you need to let laptop technician to check that out. because they need to open up the laptop to check what is wrong with it. in case you really need to use it you can buy a USB keyboard then connect it in your laptop. it will be your temporary keyboard.

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ok, guess your keyboard is not working,
try this.....

borrow from a friend..... the keyboard of a PC
connect that to your laptop keyboard/mouse port behind/sides of the laptop, now try typing.....

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the keyboard connector goes into the port only in a specific angle, align the marker in the port along with the arrow mark in the keyboard connector .....be carefull.... dont force it inside.....else you will kill the keyboard connector pins.....and render the laptop port unusable.....just do it carefully...that's all

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You will have to have the wireless receiver connected to the laptop. If your laptop has a bluetooth receiver built in, you could get a bluetooth keyboard and mouse. They also make small bluetooth receivers that plug into a USB port.

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There are 3 ways to connect to the internet. Using a modem with a phone line, an ethernet cable that is hooked up to a high speed internet connection or using wireless. If the laptop does not have a modem, it may have wireless or an ethernet port. Ethernet is slightly larger than a phone jack. If there is wireless there should be a button to turn it on and off somewhere along the top of the laptop where the keyboard is. You could also put get type of those connections on a PCMCIA card which fits into the credit card like slots on the side.

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