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Acer wireless mouse and keyboard connection problem

Hi. I moved my tower and and when I went to use my wireless mouse and key board they were not working? I don't know where the Set up disk is as I have moved house after the inital setup etc. I have an acer system. The wireless keyboard is a Y-RK56A and the mouse is a M-RAF95. It only came with the mouse and the keyboard. I have re booted the desk top but to no avail, and I have tried pressing the connect buttons, again with no response. Any ideas? Mandy

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    I just got a new acer aspire cpu that comes with a free wireless keyboard and mouse
    I connected the USB connection thing inside the computer
    And i put in the batteries in my keyboard and pressed "connect"
    But nothing seemed to happen; My keyboard wouldn't work.

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Unplug the USB cable associated with the keyboard and mouse while the computer is still on. Plug it back in to a different USB port. This should cause Windows to re-detect them and reinstall the drivers automagically. Let me know if that works.

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