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New Asus Desktop Computer & Wireless keyboard

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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  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    Same keyboard cut offf problem on a brand new asus desktop.

  • Ken H Nov 21, 2012

    Hey, how did you "turn on" the meyboard. I found no On/Off switch on it.

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I am taking mine back to Best Buy, since you just bought this, there is a 1 year manufacturer warranty so they will be able to fix without you paying, I am having the same issue!

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