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My wireless keyboard stopped working, but the wireless mouse is fine, the batteries are fully recharged on both units

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Try hitting the "connect" button on the reciever.

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I bought my lap top with a wireless mouse. It worked fine until two days ago. It will not do anything now.


Replace or recharge the batteries, if rechargable. Try to reestablish communication between the USB stick and the mouse using the buttons provided on both devices (see instructions).
If this can't help there is a problem that can't be fixed for a reasonable price and you should buy another mouse.

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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.

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Mine was fine at first but now it does the same as yours. I suspect the rechargeable battery needs replacing but I can't find anywhere in the world that sells them separatey to the mouse :-(

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The behavior described indicates weak/dead batteries. Logitech brags about the battery life on this model, but in reality battery life varys dramatically between invidual units. I've seen one that would not operate at all on Ni-Cad rechargable batteries (only 1.2 volts even at full charge). If you must use rechargeables, stick with NiMH (metal hydride). Better yet, use long life lithium.

Also, make sure the "Nano" receiver isn't sitting in the storage bin. This is one of two ways to power off the mouse. The other is the 'Clip N Go' dock.

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TO EVERYONE HAVING PROBLEMS WITH THESE MICRO WIRELESS KEYBOARD & MOUSE.. IM ON MY SECOND ONE NOW TOOK THE FIRST ONE BACK, CAUSE IT STOPPED WORKING WITHIN HOURS. SECOND ONE STOPPED WORKING WITHIN A WEEK.. EITHER THE MOUSE OR THE KEYBOARD.. ANYWAY, I THINK 99% OF THE PROBLEMS ARE THE BATTERIES!! THEY SEEM TO BE VERY ******* ALKALINE BATTERIES. I HAVE SWITCHED TO LITHIUM BATTERIES, AND SO FAR SO GOOD!!!

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WIRELESS\BLUETOOTH Check your battery if it is drained. Try replacing them witha new one or charge them if they are rechargables.

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