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Need XP driver for Dell Wireless: Keyboard RT7D40, Mouse CEO560

I have a Dell wireless keyboard # RT7D40 and wireless Mouse # CEO560 that I do not have the drivers for or know where to find them.

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Im gonna say go to dell web site and look for the drivers?

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WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE LITTLE GREEN BUTTON ON THE BACK OF THE KEYBOARD? MODEL CEO560


Hi, the green button on the back is a hard reset button, you usually have to press this if the battery's have been replaced or if the keyboard starts playing up such as keys not working when pressed, its just a master reset button to restore the keyboard to new, so its nothing major its just a safety feature in case your keyboard stops responding it just resets the communication between the keyboard and the receiver on the computer.

Jul 10, 2010 | Dell Wireless Keyboard Optical Mouse w0147

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My Dell RT7D40 won't sync with my computer. do i need a CD? my computer is old and doesn't have a sync button on the back. does this affect my keyboard?


Blue tooth is notorious for not working. Your best bet for a worry-free life with your computer, is do not use wireless kbd or mouse. sincerely, they are all hype, and no real benefits come from their use. Youd be better off using USB extension cables to reach into those odd places rather than spending hours and hours of time trying to get something to work, only to discover that as soon as windows updates itself, it has failed and, (once again) you have no kb or ms control and the computer is just sitting there waiting on you to do something, but you cant. wireless kb and mice are a pain, and they eat batteries like pac man eats dots.

Nov 04, 2009 | Dell Wireless Keyboard Optical Mouse w0147

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I have a wireless keyboard and mouse. I do not have the CD


If you have Windows XP or later you can just plug the wireless receiver and let XP find it and install automatically. You may have to reboot to get it installed completely. Alternatively, if you have internet access you can go to the home site for the keyboard and mouse and download the installation.

Jul 17, 2009 | Dell Wireless Keyboard Optical Mouse w0147

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How do you install dell wireless mouse and wireless keyboard?


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You should have got a install CD with the wireless keyboard and mouse, just pop the disk in the drive, run it and install the drivers, then connect the receiver to a USB port and let the system install the drivers, to connect them and make them work look for a small button under the keyboard and mouse and press them to connect.


Good luck

Jun 28, 2009 | Dell Wireless Keyboard Optical Mouse w0147

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Drivers - Download


I have found a link from a Dell FTP site that has the driver your looking for.

Here is the link to the file.

File Link

I hope this helps,

Eric

Dec 13, 2008 | Dell Wireless Keyboard Optical Mouse w0147

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Rt7d40 dell keyboard is non responsive


probably need to clean your keyboard
check keyboard settings in control panel

Nov 13, 2008 | Dell Wireless Keyboard Optical Mouse w0147

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Dell Wireless Keyboard interference


with that kind of distance the likelihood of having the keystroke signal picked up by another computer is very small even under ideal conditions. Even using a bluetooth wireless keyboard you're only "optimal" within about 30 feet.

Without the bluetooth setup i don't believe there's a way to connect the keyboard only to the one computer. Your best bet for a solution is to move them as far away from eachother as practical. Repositioning the reciever on the effected machines so they're less likely to pick up a signal further away (lower, and closer to other electircal / electronic equipment) should help as well.

Jul 01, 2008 | Dell Wireless Keyboard Optical Mouse w0147

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RT7D40


First start up your computer, then once started plug in the USB cable, after that you should wait for the drivers to automatically load, providing you are using Windows 2000 XP or Visita, build-in drivers should load,
After that you need to pair up the keyboard and mouse.
Under the Keyboad you will find battery slots, please make sure you have new batterys installed, then press you have to find a small button, once found, you will have to press that button togerther with the big button on the end of the USB cable bit.
Press and hold these two for about five secounds, then let go.
That should pair up the keyboard, now to the same for the mouse.
Thats all the is to it. you do not need the installation cd-rom at all.

Hope this information helps. Best of luck.

Jun 20, 2008 | Dell Wireless Keyboard Optical Mouse w0147

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Dell wireless mouse and keyboard not working


Well, you will need at least another keyboard to get going, or else I,m afraid nothing can be done. See if you can borrow a k/b from a friend preferably a mouse as well.

Apart from that you can try the usual..use new batteries in both k/b and mouse, press connect button on reciever and connect button on k/b, wait about 20-30mins and connect the mouse the same way..

Better try to download and install the latest driver from the manufacturer's website first..

Hope this helps..

Apr 18, 2008 | Dell Wireless Keyboard Optical Mouse w0147

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