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if this is a wireless keyboard then you will need to re-link the keyboard to the usb device. there might be a reset button on the bottom of the keyboard and the usb device for re-linking them together. to test if it has worked by opening notepad then type some keys. if that doesn't work then you will need to un-install and re-install the wireless usb keyboard.
try control panel,keyboard hardware troublesoot or properties there you can select general to troubleshoot,driver roll back uninstall ,update driver or control panel administrive tools computer managent device manager scroll to keyboard you could see a yellow question mark? right click to install drivers while your at it blow all of the dust out of your keyboard making VERY sure there is no MOISTURE in the airlines dust causes static which can affect all of a computers parts hope this helps
the mouse is eating batteries for sure. You need to have the receipt from where you bought the wireless mouse from so that way you can get your money back, that would be the only way cause that will show proof that you bought it from there place.
make sure there is new batteries in both the mouse and keyboard. Also the wireless receiever that connects to the computer is responding as well.
After you get new batteries put in and also have the receiever plugged in. press the caps lock, num lock keys and see if they light up on the receiver. If they light up then things are working, if they don't then bring up the notepad and see if any of the keys show up in notepad when you type and also see if the cursor on the screen moves for your mouse.
Hopefully both of them will work once you change batteries. If both don't work after changing batteries then you'll need to get a new wireless keyboard/mouse kit.
you need the usb adaptor that hooks up to the computer then its just a matter of making sure you got batteries you wont need a driver for the keys to work right off the bat but you might need the driver to use the extra shortcuts hp puts on the keyboard.
There are a number of things that may be causing your problem.
The first thing I would check would be the batteries, with these units having a wireless connection if the batteries become weak they will transmit a weaker signal and thus make it harder for the unit to read. Battery life is variable depending on how often you use your keyboard and mouse, and how far away from the transmitter the keyboard and mouse sit.
Also because the units are wireless there may be interference coming from other wireless devices in your household. Some possible guilty devices maybe cordless phones, Wifi adapters, and even some remotes.
Also Have you installed the intellitype and Intellipoint software for your Mouse & Keyboard. If so you can use it to check your battery life/ signal strenth and set you mouse sensitivity and type repeat rate.
On the bottom of your keyboard & Mouse and on the top of the wireless transponder there are reset buttons. Pushing the transponder 1st and then either or both the mouse and keyboards buttons should resysnc them without the need for a reboot.
I was having the same problem and who knows it may pop up again... But what worked for me was moving the transmitter. I think the transmitter is crappy and super sensitive to interference. After i moved it away from my monitor the problem went away. I have only had it this way for a few hours though so no guarantees. But so far so good.
on most keyboad you can take of each key. Try to get a flat head screw driver and pop it of with some force. You then can clean the keys. If this does not work you might need a new keyboard. Do not use water (or very little)