When I connected the keyboard and mouse, th emouse worked perfectly. But the keyboard not so much. While it is connecting the battery light blinks a few times and suts off. When you hold the battery test button, F1, it lights up green. The 'Sleep' and the 'F Mode' buttons work. And to wake it up every key on the keyboard will wake it up...but they won't work otherwise. Is there a way to troubleshoot around this problem?
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Does this mouse need to sync with the reciever plugged into the computer?
Somewhere on the mouse and posssibly on the reciever plugged into the USB
port on the computer it should have a connect button. Usually to connect/sync
a mouse or keyboard press the button on the reciever first then press the connect
button on the mouse. Or if th mouse has a button just press the mouse button,
often the mouses lazer will blink until the mouse connects with the reciever then
just stay lit at this point it sould work. Another Question, how are the batteries in
You should check the connection of you mouse and keyboard to see if they are properly connected.If the connections are okay you should go to the manufacturer website and download and install the drivers for the mouse and keyboard,i cannot give you the link because i am not sure what type of mouse and keyboard you are using.
If you are using wireless mouse and keyboard you should replace the battery inside both of them and make sure the receiver is turn on.After you try these solution your mouse and keyboard should work fine.
whenever you chage the battery you have to syncnonize your keyboard and mouse to sensor of the reciver. you can see on the back side of the keyboard there is connect button just press it and on the recevre side also press the connect buton same setting do with mouse also.
First disconnect all external connections except video, see if system will boot normally (press the power button once on tower to shutdown)
If that works, then connect the keyboard only to the back USB port nearest the NIC. See if the keyboard works. If it does, shutdown and connect the mouse and try again. If it doesn't, try the mouse only. If you localize the problem to either the mouse or keyboard, replace that item.
If neither works, then reset the motherboard junper to reset BIOS defaults. the again, try them one at a time. If they still do not work, then you will need a mothebroard.
GCS632U is designed to work with standard USB keyboard an mouse only. You have to make sure that you are not using any type of adapter such as PS/2 to USB adapter. To further isolate the problem, please follow the steps below:
1. Connect the USB keybord directly to th computer to make sure that the keyboard is working properly.
2. Make sure that the keyboard is connected to the keyboard port on your KVM switch. You may take a look under neath this GCS632U (near the USB ports) and you will see an icon where to connect the keyboar and mouse.
3. If you're still gettings the same problem, Try power cycling this kvm switch by disconnecting if from the computers and disconnect also the keyboard and mouse from the KVM switch and leave them disconnected for a minute or two.
4. Reconnect everything after two minutes and then reboot the two computers.
5. If same problem exist, try using different USB keyboard.
NOTE: This KVM swith does not work correctly with wireless, gaming and smart keyboards because it's designed to work with standrd USB keyboard only.
If you still have the software that came with your keyboard and mouse then i suggest you reload it, it appears that some of your keys have functions to them and they are misbehaving.
If you do not have the software then remove the reciever from the computer and then replace it again. press the connect button on the reciever then the connect button on the keyboard, wait for it to register the keyboard then press the connect button on the reciever then the connect button on the mouse and wait for it to register.
Press the Receiver button (and the lights will start
Then if the Keyboard isn't working, press the small RESET/CONNECT
button on the back of the board to connect the keyboard to the
If the MOUSE isn’t working, push the small RESET/CONNECT button
on the back of the mouse to connect to the receiver. Then they
should work okay.
Hope this helps. Bud
Probably, the keyboard cable isn't quite connected, or crooked. Likewise, the mouse cable. It's hard to get them into the connector perfectly straight and tighten them at the same time. Shouldn't be a problem. If it still doesn't work, there's a chance that by disconnecting the keyboard/mouse after such a long time, the cable might have become damaged. Hope not tho.