I have a wireless keyboard/mouse from Labtec.
When i connect the switch and boot the pc, the keyboard is recognized.But when i switch to my other pc, the keyboard/mouse isnt recognized.Even when i try to re-connect the base with the keyboard/mouse, it doesnt work.
Also when i use the button on the switch,the keyboard isnt recognized anymore.
I tried it with a noma keyboard/mouse and that is working fine.
Does anyone heard about such a problem?Or isnt possible to use a wireless keyboard?
Any help would be great
kind regards, michael
Once you have switched pc you will need to re-sync the wireless keyboard and mouse with the new pc, because although you have switched pc the keyboard and mouse do not know this. there should be a reset/resync button on the bottom of both the keyboard and mouse
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Usually, the connect procedure for Labtec is, that you press the small connect button on the receiver, (which on some models, then starts blinking).. Next, you press the connect button, on the bottom of either the mouse, or keyboard.. then repeat this, for the remaining unit.
Note: You might have to connect the PS2 receiver BEFORE starting the PC, and also might have to install the drivers, to get the multimedia-keys to work ! Good luck!
You should always safely shut down and turn off your computer before plugging or unplugging the mouse from the PS/2 mouse port. If you do not safely turn off your computer, you may damage the mouse port, the mouse, or both.
Your Labtec mouse should detect and function by simply connecting it to the computer´s PS/2 mouse port or USB port. If you have 3 Button Labtec Mouse (M/N: M-CAC64), your mouse will work in the PS/2 and serial port with the supplied adaptor. If you are using the 3 Button Labtec mouse, we recommend using the PS/2 port. To determine the model number of your device, turn it upside down and look at the label. Model numbers are indicated by "M/N:". This will help you determine what system ports your Labtec mouse can be connected to.
This automatically shut down, but it is totally not efficient (the mouse need 10 minutes to shut down, and the keyboard can be shut down, perhaps with a keyboard shortcut (I do not know witch). My keyboard is off, and I cannot wake it up... Do you know witch tastes need to be pressed, I tried quite all, especially the connect button...
There is usually a "Connect" button on the devices (Mouse & Keyboard) and on the receiver the unit connected to the computer. Hit the "Connect" button on the receiver then the ones on the Mouse and Keyboard.
im having simular problems but manage ome times by tapping caps lock,scrol lock and num lock from the momment you pc starts till the caps lock majes a noise, then i know its working, if mouse starts mocing slow and not clicking it is your batteries, got me mad this has and dunno how i aint smashed it lol
Here is the sequence to connect keyboard and mouse to receiver:
Press Connect button on receiver, and within 10 seconds press the Connect button under the mouse. Wait 15 seconds. Then press the Connect button on the receiver and within 10 seconds press the Connect button under the keyboard.
Could be radio interference from somewhere. I tracked my similar mouse problem down to emissions from the ethernet adapter that connects over the house mains wiring. Try the using the mouse close to the receiver, if it works ok interference is likely.