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Slow or none response time for HP Wireless Keyboard

I have had my wireless keyboard for more than 3 months now, and yesterday and today the problem occured while i was in the middle of a typing session. The keyboard was responding fine until without warning it loses response. And note that the mouse which came with the keyboard was and still is, working fine.
I replaced the batteries; that didn't work.
I unconnected the mouse and keyboard, and then connected them again; that didn't work either.
I thought i had a bad keyboard, but this morning the keyboard worked fine; i even played video games for an hour with no problems. I was in the middle of finishing typing a document when it goes dead again. I followed the same drill as yesterday, only to get a very slow response from the keyboard. i would type and seconds later some of the letters i typed appear. Am i the only one with this? If someone has tips or answers, please help me.

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You might want to check the batteries being wireless, also check the device conected to your tower that reads the keyboard, make sure its pushed in all the way or not being disturbed by any objects.

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