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Computer not recognizing Keyboard, only Mouse

I connected the USB Cable for the Wireless Mouse & Keyboard - Model #62150 and inserted the installation disk. The mouse works, but the keyboard won't.

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  • Anonymous Jan 05, 2008

    I have changed batteries ,reprogramed, rebooted computer, and tried the i.d. different ways from 4 different calls to help line.

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    got a keyboard & mouse for $20 at Big Lots, and my computer cant find either one of them..

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    i WONDER IF THIS, THE THIRD KEYBOARD, IS FOR ANOTHER PURPOSE OR JUST INCORRECTLY MADE

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I'm having the same problem. Mouse works great but the keyboard doesn't. I've uninstalled and reinstalled the software at least twice via remote desktop- done a hard reboot on the hardware (it's a Logitec wireless keyboard) - I've even tried installing it on another computer and the keyboard and mouse both work great! I just can't get it to work on my computer. The curious thing is that the side buttons (like sleep work) but it won't Ctrl Alt Del so I can login - what am I doing wrong? Are there settings that need to be changed?

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Go through the process outlined in the instruction manual for connecting the keyboard to the wireless adapter. If this does not work, then replace the keyboard batteries and do it again.

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