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I can not get any wireless mouse/keyboard to work without locking up the computer.

Whenver I connect a wireless mouse and keyboard, it locks up the computer. The keyboard will work but the mouse starts to move spuratically and then locks up completely and you have to reboot. I can not find any contact number for Matsonic, which is the mainboard that I have, ms9158E. Please advise

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Re: I can not get any wireless mouse/keyboard to work...

When you loaded your OS, did you run the MB drivers first?Is everything ok in the device manager?

Did you load the original Mouse and keyboard drivers from the disk?

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Why is it my touch screen workks, but my fold out keyboard os locked and buttons are not working. the letter buttons. help please.

the touch screen is not connected the same as your keyboard the screen is direct hardware connected and youre keyboard and mouse are connected as bluetooth devices. you shoud have what is reffered to as a .dongle, which plugs into any comuter usb port, and talks to the keyboard and mouse. first check or replace the batteries inn both the mouse and the keyboard, then make to turn on the switch on the backside of the keyborad. Then push the button,connect, on the back of the dongle, and finally push the connect button on the bottomside of the mouse.The mouse and dongle should flash if they are talking to each other.

If you have an old keyboard and mouse that plug directly into the computer then they are hard wired directly to the motherboard by sockets. these are not repairable. but first go to start-botom left corner and click on the icon and go to control panel and select keyboard and rest all defaults such as keyboard language, rebbot and try keyboard after installing defaults to french canada and i have to change to us otherwise my question mark becomes a french e. I hope this helps

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I recently got a Vibe keyboard and mouse as a gift. Both are wireless and use one USB plug together. The model number is Kb-262. I can get the mouse to connect, but the keyboard will glitch and suddenly...

yer you are,switch the computer off, then plug in the keyboard & mouse...i'm thinking the GREEN ps2 port for the mouse & USB for the keyboard...
put batteries in them both,make sure their not dead batteries, then locate the little connect button on the bottom of them both, & the one on the receiver as well.
get a pin or something of the sort, so you can press these connect buttons.
switch the computer on, then once its booted the button on the receiver @ the same time as the connect button on the keyboard,if not then the receiver first then the keyboard.
once connected, do the same with the mouse......receiver button then mouse connect button or both @ the same time...
you'll get it in the end,you'll need to do this ever time you change the batteries.


Sep 10, 2011 | Motherboards

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How do l install wireless mouse.without cd l misplaced it.

If it's windows XP, Vista, or 7, try plugging it in. Windows may already have drivers for your mouse. Naturally you should make sure you have fresh batteries in the mouse & keyboard, then push the connect button on the dongle (the part that plugs into a USB port) and push the "connect" buttons, usually a red button on the bottom of keyboard and mouse.
If it still doesn't work try posting specific information on your mouse & keyboard and I'm sure someone will help you find it.

Mar 05, 2011 | Motherboards

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Hi, I can't remember what buttons to push on my keyboard to switch from one computer to the other with my belkin 2 port kvm switck? can you help me, Ive just set up the system in another office. Thanks...

Short answer:
There are two ways to switch from one machine to the other with the keyboard
1. Press Scroll Lock key twice, then the Up or Down arrow key.
2. Press Scroll Lock key twice, then enter 01 or 02.

Long answer (from the manual posted at
You can select which computer to operate by either the front-panel push button
located on the top of the Switch or through hot key commands. Note that it will
take 1-2 seconds for the video to display after switching. This is due to the
refresh of the video signal. A re-synchronization of the mouse and keyboard
signal also takes place. This is normal operation and ensures that proper
synchronization is established.
You can conveniently change ports on the Switch through a keyboard command
sequence using the "SCROLL LOCK" key and up and down arrow keys. To send
commands to the Switch, press the "SCROLL LOCK" key twice within two seconds.
You will hear a beep for confirmation. Then you can press the up or down arrow
keys to switch between ports.

You can switch directly to any port by entering the Switch port number you wish
to use. For example, if you press "SCROLL LOCK", "SCROLL LOCK", "2", the
computer on port 2 will be selected.
AutoScan Mode
In AutoScan mode, the Switch remains on one port for eight seconds before
switching to the next. This time interval cannot be changed.
To enable AutoScan mode, press "SCROLL LOCK", "SCROLL LOCK", "S".
Note: There is no mouse or keyboard control in this mode by design, in order to
prevent errors. If it were enabled, the user could move the mouse or use the
keyboard while the KVM Switch is switching to the next port. This could interrupt
communication between the computer and Switch that might cause erratic mouse
movement, or result in errant display of characters when using the keyboard.
To disable AutoScan mode, press the space bar.

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Screen locks on start and computer does not

ur OS may be corrupted...
u need to reload OS or
try to do this...
power off the machine
switch off power supply/remove power cable from wall outlet.....remove the power cables...from PC power slot.......keep pressing the power on button in the PC for 3-4 mins....WITHOUT POWER....and/or
press the PC switch on button and release it after few seconds many times.....
Power in RAM is locked...and it's locked ur Windows DLL files....

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I have an intel SE440BX-2 that does not recognize my mouse and keyboard. The scroll lock, num lock, and caps lock all flash repeatedly. The keyboard and mouse do not work at all. Tried 2 different hard...

hi im josh in cebu.friend if it wnt detect the probem is on your bios setup or on your motherboard parts like the cmos batt. you go to bios setup then go to pheriperals then choose enabled keyboard and mouse. or try to remove your cmos batt then afterr several seconds.install back firmly and tightenly. then reboot your pc.this will help you a lot good luck

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Lock ups

Is the laser mouse USB? If so there is a grouping of settings in your BIOS that has to do with USB storage devices, mice, and keyboards. It would appear that your USB keyboard controller is already enabled but the mouse and USB storage devices are both disabled. If you need help navigating through the bios let me know or look it up on google.

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Keyboard/Mouse Plugged in NO VIDEO NO Keyboard/mouse plugged in VIDEO ???

Apparently there is something confilcting with something ot the ps2 ports are faulty! We'll need to find out! Try plugging up your system without the video card but the ps/2 devices plugged in! (we don't need to plug up hard drive, so plug them out if they are plugged in) When the system comes on(after your hear the POST beep, if the system speakers is plugged up to the motherboard). Try pressing NUM LOCK or CAPS LOCk to see if the light come on and off. If they do that means your machine is responding with the PS/2, if not then you need to find a PS/2 expansion adapter ot use a USB Keyboard and mouse! If you do get a response that means your ports are working and there is probably a confilct with your Video card! In that case, I assume you've already reset the cmos(if you haven't then do that). Also if you have an AGP port try an AGP Card, if you were using an AGP card try a PCI! Well the USB keyboard more than likely will work! try these out and get back to me! regards, babb

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No mouse or keyboard power

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