I've successfully set up the wireless key board~ but it cuts off and the only way to make it comeback on is to take out one of the batteries & reinsert it, it then comes back on. Keyboard only stays on for a few minutes before it cuts off All the batteries are new, the wireless connector light is on when the key board is working. The keyboard is with in 2 meters of the connector. I've also tried different ports on the CPU with the same results. Why does this happen? I may end up returning the computer if I can't get the keyboard to work continuously.
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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.
Ah, wireless keyboards and mice...
The problem with using most wireless electronics in applications as sensitive as computer use, is that so many things share a close proximity of frequencies. Many wireless routers use 2.4 ghz frequency, as do many cordless phones. Interruptions in wireless products are, unfortunately, a part of the deal as of yet. This 'could' be making it miss a key.
Keyboards are also notorious for allowing a very low number of buttons to be active at one time. It may be that your typing speed and style has you accidentally pushing more buttons than the keyboard allows periodically.
It could be a defect, a not perfect connection on the 'board' of the keyboard that doesn't line up perfectly every time a key is pressed. Only expect this if the same key(s) repeatedly miss.
Lastly, it could be that you're just not used to the tension and feel of the keyboard yet. I know it took me awhile to get used to my laptop keyboard when I first bought it, after using the same desktop keyboard for near 5 years!
Hope my answer was inclusive and conclusive enough. Happy Holidays!
make sure there is new batteries in both the mouse and keyboard. Also the wireless receiever that connects to the computer is responding as well.
After you get new batteries put in and also have the receiever plugged in. press the caps lock, num lock keys and see if they light up on the receiver. If they light up then things are working, if they don't then bring up the notepad and see if any of the keys show up in notepad when you type and also see if the cursor on the screen moves for your mouse.
Hopefully both of them will work once you change batteries. If both don't work after changing batteries then you'll need to get a new wireless keyboard/mouse kit.
Changed the setting of the keyboard and reconfigure the key board layout in control pannel.... If required update the drivers for the keyboard... if thet does not resolves the issue run a system restore
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.
Have you tried re-setting the frequency for one of the devices? simply click the button on the infra-red unit then click the button on the back of keyboard and notice the infra-red unit stopped scanning.