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Normally the wireless keyboards and mouses works as plug and play mode.
1. If you have driver CD for your keyboard please install its driver. There may be a driver conflict in your operating system. If any, you may see and fix that from the control panel, Device manager section.
2. You may try to make enable the option "USB keyboard support" and "USB mouse support" from the BIOS (But BIOS must have support capability to do that).
3. You may try to use USB > PS/2 adapter.
If there is a button on the wireless SUB connecter you may press that to make connection and start working. (In some models)
Hope this works.
If that does not work please write me the answers below:
- What is your Operating System (PC)?
- What is the name and model of your wireless keyboard?
- And Is there any system message on the screen? Can you log in your PC or not?
Waiting your comments.
Hope this helps
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