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  • AL Arena May 11, 2010

    What details can you give? It will narrow down the possible causes of the problem, the could be lots of causes. So, what kind of setup is it? What brand wireless mouse and keyboard? What kind of computer?

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What brand make and model ... most have a connect button on the bottom of the mouse and keyboard ... also is your connector plugged into a USB hub ... if so put it directly into a usb port on the computer ... to troubleshoot remove other usb divices and see if you can get it to work ... if its a name brand like logitech they are very good at just replacing things for free if you contact them... as long as the warr is not to far out

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