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Unable to connect

I disconnected my computer and now I can't remember how to connect the cordless mouse and keyboard.  I have the receiver connected properly.

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Press connect button on receiver and then press connect button under the mouse.
WAIT 20 seconds.
Press the connect button on the receiver and then press the connect button under the key board

And there you go. Happy surfing

Posted on Nov 11, 2007


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