Question about Averatec (71-710101-00) (7171010100) Keyboard
I have an all in one averatec desktop and my mouse dropped out, then my keyboard and remote dropped out as well. I tried the connect button on each device and the connect button on the computer but they are not communicating and the device mgr says everything is just fine. Any suggestions before I send it back? It seems as though the radio has stopped communicating with these devices.
first check the batteries. then try resyncing the mouse with the receiver. you do this by holding the button on the receiver until a light starts flashing and then press the button on the bottom of the mouse. oh yeh don't forget to check that the power switch on the bottom of the mouse is turned on. make sure that there isn't a power switch on the usb receiver also.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
If you have got a USB receiver for the wireless keyboard and mouse, then the solution might be with the receiver. Normally we know that to play a USB thumb drive, we simply plug in and play. But some model of Acer computer require us to press the button on the thumb drive to activate it. The model I had (an Aspire model) set the press button same as the blicking light bulb. So (a) turn on computer, (b) plug in thumb drive receiver (c) press button on the drive, (d) press "contact" button on the mouse and keyboard. That works for me.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
I suppose there is a reset button on the keyboard or the software provided so I suppose it could be possible, I don't know.
I use a Microsoft Wired Keyboard...
But Best of luck.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
this could be do to a bad connection to the boot device such as the harddrive.
I would try to boot from the cd rom using the OS disk.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
It is a ribbon connector, that hasn't broken or ripped?
There will be a small white recepticle with two levers sticking out each side. They are very small, but they will be the only thing that moves, so you can find them with a bit of poking around)
Pull the two levers forward to where the ribbon will be comming into the recepticle. (see how it aligns together when the keyboard is in it's proper position.)
Slide the end of the ribbon into the recepticle as far as it will go, and with it in place, push the two levers on each side back into their locked position, which will be back in the same direction the ribbon moved to enter the recepticle.
Give the ribbon a tug to see that it's firmly held in position; then before snapping it back into place, try it out by turning on the laptop and testing Caps Lock, or Num Lock keys to see if the indicator lights change.
If the keyboard dosn't work , be shure the ribbon is not dammaged, and that it is seated in the recepticle as far as it can go.
A little practice and you'll be a master.
Good luck with this.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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