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How do you set the wireless keyboard to your computer?

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I can help you, however I'll need to know the model number of the wireless keyboard and the version of windows you are trying to install it on.

Quick solution: usually a wireless keyboard comes with a CD which has drivers on it. you must first run the CD and follow the instructions to install the drivers, then plug in the wireless adapter that came with your wireless keyboard, then restart your Computer and it should be connected. Remember to make sure that the keyboard has Batteries.

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I see you have a wireless keyboard that you need assistance with.

  • First lets find the USB dongle that came with the wireless keyboard.
  • You will need to insert that n one of your USB ports to be able to have BT capabilities for your wireless keyboard and get it connected.
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