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Installation of creative desktop wireless mouse and keyboard

I bought brand new set off ebay, came with installation cd, as far as i am aware i have installed it correctly but I cannot get either to work. Do I have to uninstall my old set?

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Have you pressed the "connect" button on the mouse and keyboard, they will be underneath the devices.


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