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Wireless receiver not working can I replace it with any or is there a bigger problem pc 6 years old

Was working ok then stopped I pad works rang interned provider went threw every things said it wa wireless receive don't no if I can just replace it or do have to buy new pc 6 years old

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You didn't give much info to work with The Computer is a Medion? Model? OS? Is the wireless a PCI card? Need more info. Have you done any software /hardware changes, updates, upgrades? what does it say when you try to connect?

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When you say you pressed the connect buttons on both the keyboard and mouse, do you mean you pressed the connect button on the receiver, and then you pressed the connect buttons on the mouse and keyboard? If not, then that's what you have to do. The 30 seconds of blinking on the receiver is normal, as it gives you time to find and press the buttons on the mouse and keyboard.

I hope this helps, and good luck!

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