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If it's a wireless keyboard make sure that it's actually switched on/the batteries are ok.
If it's a desktop PC try connecting the keyboard into a different usb port.
You can also try closing down the computer (switching off directly at the mains isn't recommended... but you may have no choice..) and unplugging the keyboard -if it connects via usb. Then reconnect it when the computer boots up. Hopefully, it will detect the keyboard.
If you're using a laptop .. nothing ventured, nothing gained - switch off at the mains. Wait 1 minute the power up. Laptops can have all sorts of keyboard troubles which usually entails replacing the whole keyboard unit.
Unplug the wireless receiver from the back of the computer. Wait 10 seconds and replug back in. Check connectivity. If nothing then check batteries in mouse, if still nothing try click the Connect button on the wireless receiever and then underneath the keyboard...repaet the process for the mouse. You should get something on the screen stating the channel 1 is for the keyboard and channel 2 is for the mouse. Hope this helps! - Erick :-)
Start simple - unplug and replug the cord that connects the keyboard to your computer. Try typing again. If it still does not work, restart your computer. If it still does not work after restart, go to Microsoft's website, and redownload the drivers/software for the keyboard. Good luck!
there seems to be alot of firmware issues with alot of razors products at the moment, use another keyboard for the minute and navigate to their site, downgrade your firmware to the one that worked. or alternatively restore your computer to a restore date that occured before you installed the new firmware/drivers.