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Re: wire less keyboard and mouse
Turn the mouse over and find the small
rest/connect button on the bottom of the mouse and press it.
This should connect the mouse to the receiver and work properly.
If not, try pressing the receiver button and then press the button on
the mouse. This should be done whenever you change batteries or
Hope this helps you. Bud
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All I can tell you that you should check with a new set of batterie. If still your wireless mouse refuses to work, consider it lost, Personally I HATE WIRELESS MICE. Had 3, all of them died prematurely. Lost money!!!
no computer , nor OS stated. OS= operating system.
no mouse model number either, but is some wireless mouse and battery dead. sure.
why not plug in a wired USB mouse, and use that,
that ALWAYS works , and has NO BATTERY.
keep one handy at all times just like this, battery dies
use it, and save you files first. no reason at all to lose data.ever.
there are hot keys too that will save the fails, and exit.
learn them at MS dot com, or ask but if KBD is dead
then use a wired USB keyboard and or mouse.
I'm betting the battery is long gone dead. as ALL DO.
is this some old XP PC? running XP Os.
good luck if that is the case, (its a virus magnet, and may be why the mouse dont work)
keyboard and touchpad are locked for some apparent reasons. However,
there is a key that you can press there to make it work again. Press FN + F7.
If it does not work, click on the link and follow the additional
troubleshooting steps that I have prepared. The complete troubleshooting
that I prepared can be found in the link below: http://www.fixya.com/support/r8113144-enable_touchpad_in_laptop
For your keyboard problem try to use an external usb keyboard , see if it works fine. If does this means somethings wrong with your laptop keyboard. Maybe just a loose connection on the cable side its hard to tell until you open it up and test. And for your audio driver please tell me full model and brand of your laptop. Thank you
restart the computer and replace the batteries, if the problem persists then there is no serviceable parts in a mouse and it probably needs replaced. I would go for a wired mouse there are way less problems.
Okay, setting up the mouse and keyboard is very simple. The mouse should have a green end, and the keyboard has a purple end. They fit into the corresponding places in the back of the computer. Also both the mouse and the keyboard have flat sides. Try attaching them in the four different directions (e.g; up, down left, right). If that still doesn't work have them look at the wires to confirm that the wires are not bent, that could explain the problem, because the twisting could have caused bends in the PS2 Connector.
Thanks, Ryan Frame Creative Energy Associates Technical Center
hi.. the problem u are facing right now is due to the lack of driver support for ur system.. thats the reason ur keyboard and mouse are not working.. installing the drivers for this both will fix ur problem.. contact the acer website for downloading the driver....
I was also facing the same problem. But when you see on back of the keyboard the instructions are there. or follow these steps.
1. insert new batteries both in keyboard and mouse.
2. decide what device you want to connect 1st (Lets connect Keyboard first)
3. Pres and Hold the connect button for both key board and receiver for about 5 secs.
4. don't press any key on key board till 10 secs (During this time it trying to connect with receiver)
5. Check the key board connectivity if it works then take it away or put it behind some barrier so that when you are connecting the mouse it don't interrupt.
6. now for the mouse do the same process as you have connected the keyboard.(step 3 & 4)
7. now check both key board and mouse they will work fine.
The wire of your mouse have a problem, sometimes it work when you are to restart your computer and sometimes it doest work properly. So, if you like to used your mouse, you can changed the wire of your mouse or replaced new one.