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Re: all of a sudden my gyration wireless keyboard won't...
LOOK IN THE CONTROL PANAL LOOK IN THE FOLLOWING FOLDERS, DEVICE MANAGER,NETWORKING AND SHARING, PROBLEMS & REPORTS, SYNC CENTER,
CHECK THE FIREWALL AND OR THE SECURITY CENTER, THE SECURITY CENTER MAY OFF BLOCK THE COMMUNICATION TO THE REST OF THE COMPUTER SOIT STOPPED WORKING
LOOKING FOR ANY TYPES OF MARKS, GREEN MARK IS OKAY AND WORKING FINE.
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Try unplugging the keyboard and re-plugging it back into the USB Port.
If you have a cordless keyboard, the batteries may need to be replaced.
Brand make model of keyboard is not stated, I can no help you further.
If that will be the case you can check to RAC if they can replace the battery because you need this MP3 player to be on in order for you computer to detect it and for you also to be able to do a software update, if they cannot replace the battery you may need to have it replace with them..
A number of things may prohibiting your camera from downloading the pictures to your computer. Here are a few suggestions that should point you in the right direction:
Ensure that all cables are properly secured from the computer to the camera.
Ensure that the memory card has not been dislodged from the camera.
Check the camera's memory socket and the memory card for debris. A can of 'compressed air' can work wonders (typically available at any computer store).
Make certain that the port connecting the camera to the computer is not damaged. Look for any bent pins in the camera's memory slot. Try replacing the camera cable. If the camera uses a USB port, try another USB port. If you don't have another USB port available, try plugging in another USB device to verify that the USB port is working.
Check the power source on the camera. If you're using batteries while attempting to transfer the pictures to the PC, try changing your batteries, recharge the batteries, or use an A/C adapter.
Try reinstalling the digital camera software on your computer. In most cases, reinstalling over top of the existing software will resolve this issue.
Take the media out of the digital camera and attempt to download it to another computer. If all else fails, try formatting the camera media. Most newer-generation digital cameras equipped with an LCD screen have a menu option that can format your media.
A couple possible issues here.
The first is that the batteries on your controller are dead. You may want to try changing them to see if that fixes your problem.
The second is that your USB receiver may not be seated properly or the port on your PS3 may not be working with the USB receiver. Try a few different ports to see if that changes anything.
The third is that you have a hardware failure in either your controller or USB receiver. If that's the case then you'll need to get a replacement from Logitech.
Wireless mice require batteries, unlike many USB, products, which are powered by the USB port; a wireless mouse is one of the devices that are not. Manufacturers, such as logitec and microsoft, have cleverly concealed the batteries inside the mouse, either under the place where your palm rests (older models) whereas newer models may have a battery compartment door underneath.
The only part powered by your USB port is the transmitter (the 'dongle') that is plugged into the USB port . You have to change the batteries every once in awhile. Some models put themselves into a sort off standby/off mode if you don't touch them for a certain period of time; others have tiny On/Off switches underneath. If you have one of those, remember to turn your mouse off, overnight, or when you aren't going to use it for long periods of time.
Have you tried alternate usb cables and usb ports on your system? have you tried a different system? If that doesn't resolve the issue- you have a dead external drive- if swapping the cables works, you have a dead cable. If swapping the port that you are connecting to- it could be the port is bad, or the port is a low power port. If swapping to a second system works- and none of the ports on the other system works- then the system will need service- either for reinstalling windows, or a replacement motherboard since the USB has failed.