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I try to connect my wirelles presenter to my mac book pro and the keyboard stop working (it only works when the presenter is unplugged). What can I do?

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You need to sync the device, by push the buttons at the same time and rebooting after each syncing of the device.
in order to sync push the button on the transmitter and the device you want to sync, hold for a few seconds, than reboot
than due the same for the other device, reboot
go into windows open control panel, set the mouse up the way you want, right or lift handed, speed, visibility, pointer type, go to hardware select properties, open fold make sure the deivers are up to date, reboot system

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Read the manual of your presenter to find the button combinations before sync..hope it works

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U need to sync both device

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