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Keyboard does not light up even when new batteries are installed

Fellows wireless keyboard does not light up even when new batteries are inserted

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  • Leng Yang May 11, 2010

    Is your keyboard connected to the computer? (are you able to type?)


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If you have changed batteries you need to re-since, there should be a little red button on bottom and a button on reciever.

basically all the things you went through for the initial setup

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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I looked around and could not find any explanation either....strange.

I downloaded the software and installed it and even though I don't have your hardware it worked. Here's what I know:

The blue box on my desktop had 5 icons, the number 1, the letter A, a down pointing arrow, a keyboard, and a mouse.

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The A lights up when you have Caps Lock set on your keyboard.

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I do not know when the the keyboard and mouse lights will illiuminated. I am guessing that perhaps they'll turn red when your batteries are low, but that's just a guess.

Lastly, I don't get paid for this, I just like helping to solve problems. For whatever reason half the people who use this site don't rate the solutions. If you found this information helpful I hope you take a moment and vote.

I'll keep looking to see if I can find an actual manual that fully describes this software.

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