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Microsoft laser desktop 7000 keyboard will not connect at all. I have put in new batteries 3 times. The green light comes on for a few seconds and then is gone. Keyboard seems to get no power. It does not use rechargeable batteries. Even in the few second it is on, I can get no response from the computer. The mouse seems to work but I can not get a complete charge even after charging all night.

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