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It doesnot matter, the machine has a system plug and play to recognize the driver. However you must update your driver from your computer supplier. Go to the manufacture supply website and download the respective driver for free or get support too via ONLIne Chat free
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Posted on Jul 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Probably not unfortunately, they would both need to use the same protocol and frequency which is highly unlikely. Sometimes you can use like for like receivers (such as a single HP with 2 HP devices) but in this case I think your out of luck.
If the keyboard is Bluetooth you may be able to pick up a cheap Bluetooth receiver and use that, as Bluetooth is standard across all makes.
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
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A user with an administrator account will probably have to edit the policies of the machine by in the run box entering gpedit.msc, you will be looking for usb device policies or device installation policies. I am not sure of the exact policy that you will have to change, since windows by default doesn't ask for administrator rights to use flash drives.
Posted on May 12, 2011
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