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I have a wireless keyboard and mouse. I do not have the CD

I have a wireless keyboard and mouse. I want to install them. However, I do not have the CD but I have a flashdrive. I assume the flashdrive will work the same but my laptop(dell) isn't reading the flashdrive. If this flash isn't working what can I do?

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If you have Windows XP or later you can just plug the wireless receiver and let XP find it and install automatically. You may have to reboot to get it installed completely. Alternatively, if you have internet access you can go to the home site for the keyboard and mouse and download the installation.

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