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Wireless keyboard> how do i set it up?

I bought a computer all in one, and inserted a new mouse and then the wireless keyboard stopped i plugged in a normal keyboard which worked fine.  Now i have no idea how to set up the wireless keyboard. On the back of keyboard it says to press 'connect' on the computer for 3 seconds and then press the button on back of keyboard for 3 seconds...i not sure where the 'connect' button is on my computer! is it where you connect devices? if so how is that done??

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  • wowee Dec 04, 2007

    actually could you post another suggestion on here so i can rate you better, i figured out that when i had taken away the other mouse, i had also taken away the infrared receiver (d'oh!) much appreciated! please respond to this comment and i'll rate you better! many thanks!



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Where you have connected the wireless keyboard, probably it's a small stick coming from your computer or a cable to an infrared reciever, it probably has a little button

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  • Dick van Zalinge Dec 04, 2007

    okay, if i'm right it's working now, never forget the reciever



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