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HELP... this brand new wireless keyboard just stopped working after 2 days of perfect operation...and its not the batteries// did I hit an off switch? or maybe a lock button by accident???

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Probably, hit the reset button and let the computer recognise it again.

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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