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You simply connect the receiver to one of the available USB ports. Ensure that there are fresh batteries installed in the keyboard. Once the receiver powers up, the OS in the PC should recognize and install it. The receiver may start up with a scanning sequence where the three lights blink in sequence. This means that the receiver is searching for the wireless device. On the back of the keyboard is a small recessed button. Press this button and the receiver should find the keyboard and stop the scan.
Make sure all connections are free of debri....USB connections can become wallerd out so to speak and create the intermittant problem... Built in keyboard could have been loosened underneath the keyboard on notebook is a flexible connection that if pc has been droped or fallen so to speak could be needing to be reseated........
It may be easier to do so, and you won't lose any saved work on installed programmes and updates installed since you inserted the keyboard.
You could try re installing the keyboard and touch pad drivers and if no change carry out the above.