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Mx3000 stopped working, read forums, reset receiver now dashes only when pressing any key. rebooted computer ... now keyboard not responding agian

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I got a used MX3200, got the mouse working right off, but no keyboard. This solved my problem: with the wireless mouse working took out the keyboard batteries, pressed connect button on the receiver, replaced the keyboard batteries, pressed connect button on the keyboard. Voila!


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