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I purchased this device to control powerpoint and other programs during live presentations in front of large groups, so as not to be tied to my computer. When I went to set it up, I did as requested (screen prompted me to hit the key just beside the SHIFT button on the LEFT side of the keyboard. The message I was received was that it wouldn't work because it's not an external keyboard. There was no other option to set up the device using the keyboard that goes with my laptop, which of course is the computer/keyboard I travel with to do presentations. Any clue? I bought this in December and I've not been able to get it to work!
I don't see this product listed in your product category, but I have the product and written on the front is: Wireless Presenter. Works with a USB key to move slides ahead and back. Any ideas/
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wireless presenter dont work
Did you press the right button on the remote? To 'sync' the sender and reciever, and thus start it working, you've got to turn the handheld OVER and press the mysterious little button in the middle at the same time as the button on the USB stick. Also helps if you have them right next to each other when you do this. You should see a green light on the USB stick, and the laser pointer should work on the handpiece if the batteries are good. Mine was working fine for heaps of presentations then suddenly stopped one day and only the laser pointer would work. Batteries were fine, as is the common story. Then I found out that if you turn the presenter over and press the 'reset' button in the middle simultaneously with the USB reciever stick, the two 'sync' and it starts working again, hey presto. I've always found it a breeze to use once I figured this out. If that doesn't work take it back, you need a new one.
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
The MS keyboard & mouse receiver is effectively a USB hub with two devices connected to it. So, plugging it into the keyboard socket on the KVM switch may well work, depending on how that particular switch implements USB. If it just passes things through, it should be OK. On the PC side you should only need to plug in the USB cable from the switch's keyboard port.
Posted on Oct 15, 2007
install software for ur plug in wireless then plug in ur wireless ...not until this point will system find and install....then get online and find driver for ur internal wireless ...download and install.....when u remove ur external and restart system will recognise internal as only wireless and configure ...if still have problem ....and ur problem wont be wireless Itll be getting online....then u need to config wireless differently.
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Posted on Mar 08, 2008
SOURCE: Targus Presenter Issue
It sounds to me like a warranty problem,ring the manufacturer or supplier they should be able to help you out to fault find the problem, or replace or repair it .
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
SOURCE: KVM converter
Buy a usb hub and an usb extension, so that you can have 4 or 6 free usb at the front of your computer, and you can switch devices using usb rather then the mouse converter . Using the converter on mouse and keybord make easier for the plugs to slip out, and usb is better. Note some usb modem and some other device do not support usb hubs, you have to plug them straight into the free computer plug , if you have any.
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
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