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My wireless keyboard not working. took forever just to type this. tried new batteries, reconnect, different port. what can i do/

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Might be interference from another device.
cordless keyboards usually connect at 2.4ghz frequency. same as Wifi / bluetooth / cordless phones, etc.
try moving or turning off any other electronic equipment in a 5 feet radius.

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