Question about Dell XPS M2010 Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard
This isn't a fun solution - the best thing I've come across is to hit both reset buttons (on the computer, and on the keyboard) until both are flashing - pull up your bluetooth settings (from control panel (I've got mine shortcutted into my task bar)), then disconnect the keyboard, and search for a new item - after the computer finds a new keyboard, connect using a new pairing code.
While this might not be the best solution, it works for me, and I don't know of a better one, or quicker!
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
Download the correct driver and firmware update from Dell's site. Allow the process to complete when installing (it will appear to hang)
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
I wish I could give you a solution. truth is, blue tooth keyboards and mice are not a good idea. they fail often, regardless of the manufacturer, and they are unreliable. Sometimes they fail because of sync, sometimes they fail because of drivers, and sometimes they fail for no known reason. If you want my opinion, you are better off buying a nice USB keyboard with a USB port built in (for your mouse), then buying a long USB extension cord and placing it near your 'command center'. Blue tooth keyboards and mice are just not great.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Apr 06, 2015 | Online ON Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard...
Keyboard and Dongle Paring:
Auxiliary tools: PC with Windows XP or Windows 7, two AAA cells
1. Insert Dongle into PC. Be sure that the Dongle is recognized by PC and the distance between keyboard and the Dongle is within 10cm.
2. Press down F2, F3 and F4 at the same time, install cells, release F2, F3 and F4 and then Press "3" to begin pairing. After finishing pairing, press "Windows" key to check whether the pairing is successful. If "Windows" key works, it means that the pairing is successful; otherwise, the pairing fails.
That was all I could find on the site.
That was all I could find
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