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Check whether the batteries are still good. If they are dead you will not have any reception. Also, check if your computer still does recognise the keyboard. If this is not the case you might need to install the wireless keyboard again.

Wireless Connection issue Make sure Bluetooth is turned on
If the "Show Bluetooth status in the menu bar" option is not enabled in the Bluetooth System Preferences, the Bluetooth icon will not display in the menu bar. Enable this option in System Preferences, then check the status of the Bluetooth icon in the upper right menu bar. If the Bluetooth icon does not appear in the menu bar, restart your computer.
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Bluetooth menu icon Bluetooth status Bluetooth turned on, but there are no devices connected to the Mac. See the "Make sure the wireless mouse or keyboard is turned on" section of this article. ts3048_03--bluetooth_connected-001-mul.png Bluetooth turned on and at least one wireless device is connected. See the "Make sure the wireless mouse or keyboard is turned on" section of this article. wirelesskeyboard is not being read.. - ts3048_04--bluetooth_lowbatt-001-mul.png://i.fixya.net/uploads/images/ts3048_04--bluetooth_lowbatt-001-mul.png" alt="ts3048_04--bluetooth_lowbatt-001-mul.png" class="h_mi" /> When this icon flashes, at least one wireless device has a low battery. Click the Bluetooth icon to identify the affected device, then Bluetooth is off. Click the Bluetooth icon using a USB mouse and select "Turn Bluetooth On". Note: Mac OS X won’t allow Blwirelesskeyboard is not being read.. - ts3048_06--bluetooth_brokenconnection-001-mul.pngnnected. ts3048_06--bluetooth_brokenconnection-001-mul.png Bluetooth offline. Restart your Mac. If the Bluetooth status doesn’t change, disconnect all USB devices and restart your Mac again.
Make sure the wireless mouse and keyboard are turned on. Mouse

  • Slide the On/Off switch on the bottom of your mouse to turn it on. Note: If the battery compartment cover is not installed properly the On/Off switch may not function correctly or may be difficult to operate. Remove the battery compartment cover and carefully reinstall it.
  • When your mouse is on and paired and the batteries are charged, the indicator light glows steadily.
  • If your mouse isn’t paired with a Mac, the indicator light will blink, indicating your mouse is in discovery mode and ready to pair.
  • Ifwirelesskeyboard is not being read.. - ts3048_07-magic_mouse-on_switch-002-en.pngheck to make sure you have two good batteries and that they're installed correctly.
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Keyboard
  • Push and release the On/Off switch to turn on the Apple Wireless Keyboard.
  • When your keyboard is on and paired, and the batteries are charged, the light will glow steadily for several seconds, then turn off.
  • If your wireless keyboard isn’t paired with your Mac, the indicator light will begin to blink. This indicates your keyboard is in discovery mode and readywirelesskeyboard is not being read.. - ts3048_08-wireless_kbd_09-on_button-001-en.png>If the LED doesn't light up, remove the batteries to make sure they're good and that they're installed correctly..
ts3048_08-wireless_kbd_09-on_button-001-en.png Check preferences From the Apple () menu, choose System Preferences, then choose Bluetooth from the View menu. The Bluetooth preferences pane will list the Bluetooth devices paired with the computer, the status of the devices (paired or connected), and whether Bluetooth power is on or not.
  • To set up a new device, click the + icon and follow the Bluetooth setup assistant.
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1. Try plugging and unplugging the usb adapter a few times in another usb port. It must be USB 2.0 slot.


2. Be sure that the keyboard's battery is new and placed in the correct position.

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Also, because it is a wireless keyboard, there is possibly an issue with latency, ie how much time it takes for a packet of data (a series of keystrokes) to get from one designated point to another.
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I guess you could scan, fix and immunize with Spybot, just in case there is a malware issue there too.. Just a remote possibility..
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