Question about Microsoft Wireless Desktop Elite Keyboard/Mouse 2090265223
First install the driver for your wireless keyboard. Then connect the USB for your wireless. Make sure that you already have batteries in your keyboard and mouse or in other cases fully charged if rechargeable. Wait for it to be detected by windows. Once detected, on the USB press the connect button then followed by the connect button on the keyboard then the connect button on the mouse. Then that is supposed to work already. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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