Each computer has wireless mouse and wireless key board, I want to use one key board for both computers. Is there a button on the key board I can push that will swich back and fourth between computers? Like a A&B swich. I know how to register the wireless key boards but Im afraid if I do it will work on both computers and mess things up or won't work on either.
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I recently put batteries in a wireless key board and when I went to use it---nada
so I read the instruction on the back of the key board and it said to restart the computer
did that and problem solved
try restarting the computer with the mouse switched on and see if the computer recognizes the mouse
Decide where the keyboard will be placed, whether it is on your desk or a table. Spend a little time experimenting with positions and placement to make sure your wrists and arms will be comfortable. You should consider ergonomics before you set up the keyboard to avoid repetitive motion injuries later on.
Install the batteries (usually three AA) in your wireless keyboard. Replace the cover securely so the batteries are connected properly. Turn the keyboard on.
Get out the wireless receiver that came with your keyboard. Position it close to your computer, but not closer than about 8 inches, as the computer itself can cause interference with the wireless signal. You will also want to set the receiver away from other interference-causing devices, such as radios, TVs and telephones.
Ensure that your wireless receiver is no more than about 6 feet away from where you plan to set your keyboard.
Insert the CD containing the accompanying software into your computer. A dialog box should appear on your screen. If the install instructions don't pop up right away, manually access the CD by double-clicking its icon or selecting it from the Start menu.
Plug the wireless receiver into a free USB port on your computer. If you don't have any ports remaining on your computer, you can use an external USB hub instead.
My advice would be to put new batteries in the keyboard and see if that works, failing that, pick up a wired keyboard and mouse to log in to your system then re-connect the wireless set to re-install the drivers.
there is no need of softwere.put batteryin mouse and key board. you should get usb senser with mouseand key bord join it in youy computer usb port . them press mouse and key bort swith then it is automaticaley detaced in your computer.
HELLO, ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS TO DOWN LOAD THE SOFT WARE THEN PLUG IN THE USB AND AFTER THAT ON YOUR RECIEVER CLICK THE CONNECT BUTTON ON THE RECIEVER TILL IT RECONIZES BOTH KEY BOARD AND MOUSE I HAVE THE LOGITECH WIRELESS SYSTEM AND I LOVE IT TILL THE BATTERIES GO OUT ON THE MOUSE OR KEY BOARD LOL THEN RESTART YOUR COMPUTER.
There must be interference on the signal from the mouse by the second PC
Make sure that there are no power cables close to the mouse or receiver, I have seen this cause problems many times.
You could also try changing the channel in the router settings in case this is causing the problem, it may be on the same channel as the mouse but only interferring when the second PC is turned on, ta, HPC