Question about Microsoft Multimedia Keyboard/Wireless intelliMouse Explorer K5000001M0300001
I lost the shared receiver. Is there a replacement available? Or another product I could use to activate my keyboard? I can use a plug in mouse if necessary, so, miminmally, need something to talk to my keyboard.
Try changing the batteries in the mouse and then press the little sync button of both the mouse and the wireless receiver.
Posted on Nov 10, 2007
SOURCE: wireless keyboard
Find your product on this page.. there are several drivers listed but since I do not know which OS you are using I can not be more specific
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
The devices probably came with a USB cable and a receiver, or just a USB equiped receiver, that you need to plug into your computer. Go ahead and plug the cable and receiver into the computer so that your wireless mouse and keyboard has a means to communicate with the computer. Next, Here is a website address where you can download drivers for your mouse and keyboard. You must first choose either mouse or keyboard, then the exact product and model, then the operating system, and finally the language. repeat the process for the other device (mouse or keyboard, whichever you did not choose first). Good Luck! And let me know if there are any further problems.
Posted on May 24, 2008
Seems like new batteries did the trick. Should start simple.
But I am not totally convinced. I will keep an eye on it.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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