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Showed up to work today after being gone for a week and my YRQ57 wireless keyboard and mouse will not work! Tried reconnecting and everything else you all suggested but still nothing... everything is connected and the receiver is blinking but nothing... HELP!

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Look over each device for a reset button. the mouse usually has one on the bottom and the keyboard is often on the side.

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