Question about Keyboards & Mice
The keyboard is cordless. It quit. I thought it needed new batteries. We put in new ones, held the buttons down on the part that is plugged into electricity, the one on the bottom of the key board and the one on the mouse.
The mouse works, but the keyboard still doesn't. We have double checked the batteries, they are okay.
I have a different model but the same problem. The mouse battery was low and I replaced it after which the mouse wouldnt work. So I restarted the PC and the keyboard would not work. I replaced batteries in the keyboard as well but th ekeyboard does not work. The scroll wheel on the keyboard and the media buttons work but no other keys work.
I would suggest starting over.. uninstall the drivers for the keyboard mouse and go download the new ones from the manufactures website and fallow the instructions. typically they want you to install the drivers first before plugging in the wireless receiver. i hope this helps.. good luck.
side note- if your having the same problem with 2 diffrent wireless keyboards. you might have some interference from another wireless device. i.e. cordless phone, cell phone. so you might troubleshoot that if the drivers dont work.
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
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