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Dell wireless keyboard not working

The wireless mouse is working fine. However, the keyboard is not. The Bluetooth indicator can be blinking. Batteries are fine. Cannot get into the computer as I cannot type password to log in.

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  • justyoung05 Jan 24, 2009

    Thanks. I am using Vista and was able to log into the computer using the onscreen keyboard, but I do not know how to reconnect the keyboard. I loaded the keyboad and mouse drive (SetPoint), but when I tried to check "device connection status", nothing comes up.

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What o/s are you using? If Vista(and your mouse works) you can access the onscreen keyboard to log into your computer and access the utility to reconnect your keyboard.

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