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My laptop won't read my wireless (but it used to) since i moved

I can't get the microsoft wireless keyboard to be read by my laptop. I pushed connect on the keyboard and mouse, and pushed the button on the receiver which causes the little green light to flash back and forth among the A, 1 and F marks on the receiver. Anything else I should do?

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This is sort of general but it just may help.
Make sure your batteries are in correctly.
Make sure the transmitter dongle is in the USB.
Look on the transmitter and the mouse and keyboard
itself (bottom) for a little tiny button that says connect
or reconnect. Move the mouse about six inches away from
the transmitter and press both the transmitter and the mouse.
That should reestablish the signal twixt the two.(or three KB)

Posted on May 14, 2009

  • Kuumba Rashidi Aug 30, 2011

    Thanks a million! Duh! if only you knew how long I've gone without using my woreless keyboard. How simple but I never noticed the buttion on the keyboard no the mouse. Thanks.

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