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Keyboard won't type

Where is the "receiver" button? I have pressed connect button on mouse and pressed connect button on back of keyboard. Batteries have been replaced.

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The problem ended up not being with the connect buttons. I am assuming after I changed the battery in the keyboard it deleted the encryption code. I did the Ctrl-Alt-F12, THEN, the "connect". Put in the encryption codes and Hallelujah, the keyboard is working again. Almost pitched the darn thing and purchased new. Hope this helps someone else.

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