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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Push the connect button on the wireless base, then push the connect button on the keyboard or mouse, that is supposed to reconnect the device. Make sure the wireless base is close enough to the keyboard.mouse, and nothing metal is blocking the path between the keyboard/mouse and the base.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
Go to Control Panel and click on Sound.
Next click Bluetooth Devices.
Click Add button, lower left corner of the Bluetooth Devices window.
Insure batteries are installed.
Press the Connect Button on the Keyboard (Usually located on the under side of your keyboard) this allows Windows to see the keyboard so you can pair the keyboard to the computer.
On the computer choose My Device Is Set Up and Ready To Be Found.
The keyboard should appear in the Add Bluetooth Device Wizard Window.
Select your Keyboard and click Next.
When prompted, select Choose a Passkey For Me and click Next.
Windows will generate and display a Passkey.
Type the Passkey specified on the Bluetooth Keyboard
(do not use the keyboards keypad when typing the passkey)
No charters will appear on the monitor when typed, but if you make a mistake, you can backspace.
You must enter the Passkey within 30 seconds.
If you don’t enter the Passkey within 30 seconds, click Back and click Next again.
Once the Passkey is entered, the Keyboard should be connected to the computer.
Finish and follow any on screen instructiond.
Hope this helps. Bud
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
This device isn't supposed to need any drivers or other software under Windows XP (or Vista). These operating systems are sophisticated enough to recognize more than one "composite USB device," even when shown as being at the same "location." The location almost certainly refers to the USB hub, which has two or more USB ports.
Which means only three common causes for your problem:
1. the hardware doesn't work. You might try plugging the keyboard unit into someone else's computer.
2. These software packages won't work with this device. The unit ships with a specific package in Europe, Cubase LE 4 from Steinberg. You might have better results with this software. More immediately, if the hardware and computer are working, you should be able to use the Windows built-in program, Sound Recorder. From Start --> Programs --> Accessories --> Entertainment --> Sound Recorder. From this program select Edit --> Audio Properties. You may need to specify your keyboard as the default MIDI device (and doing so might fix your troubles).
3. The device possibly needs to be enabled in Device Manager (Start --> Settings --> Control Panel --> System --> Hardware --> Device Manager --> Sound+Video+Game Controllers). You can also get to these settings from Control Panel --> Sounds+Multimedia --> Hardware.
I think it's very unlikely that you need to mess with memory allocation, as someone else suggested.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Check and install drivers for your multimedia keyboard which is came along with the Keyboard. Also check whether the USB drivers has been installed properly and check the status of the same.
Revert back for more assistance. Also give your valuabale feedback/rating on the same.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
1. Go to Start>> Right click My Computer>> Manage>> Device Manager
2. Expand the USB Controller section
3. Right click and Uninstall all of the listed USB devices
4. Reboot the system
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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