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i assume this is a wireless device, i had a similar problem when the reciever was too close to tv/monitor/wifi router the interference tended to mess things up or make it appear dead. if its IR (infared) make sure nothing is blocking the reciever. if all else fails i bought another set for like 20bucks @ any box store. could also try reinstalling driver if it came with a cd/disk
Check to see if you've got the latest service pack for XP Home installed. You should be on service pack 3. Download and install from the Microsoft website. This may sort out your problem. Regards, nicam49
if you can provide more information about the keyboard make and whether you have installed the drivers or not.
Solution : 1. Right click on MY Computer or Computer and click on properties 2. Click on Device Manager ( Hardware ) 3. from the list, click on + sign on keyboard 4. check if the keyboard name is listed / also check if there is no yellow exclamatory mark in the list as unknown device. 5. right click on the keyboard name ( wireless ) and click uninstall 6. Reboot the PC ( With the keyboard CD Driver disk in CD ROM ) 7. Continue with the New Hardware found Screen to re-install the drivers for Wireless Keyboard / Mouse
Connect your wireless mouse while your wired one is in the computer. Now, if there were any CDs that came with your mouse then put them in your CD reader and go through the installation process. If there were no CDs, then search online and find a driver the suits your mouse. Download it and install it. Do not unplug your old mouse while installing the new one. You need something to use while you can't use the new one :P
Hi, You should have got a install CD with the wireless keyboard and mouse, just pop the disk in the drive, run it and install the drivers, then connect the receiver to a USB port and let the system install the drivers, to connect them and make them work look for a small button under the keyboard and mouse and press them to connect.
Uninstall the Keyboard driver. Unplug the Logitech keyboard. Restart the computer. Plug the Logitech keyboard back into the computer. Windows should recognise the keyboard and/or the mouse. Place Logitech setup disk in drive. Reload the drivers...
The drivers sometimes corrupt themselves.. You might download the latest drivers for your keyboard/mouse.
Hi i lost my CD in my recent move but i would still like to use my wireless keyboard and mouse... is there any sort of software i can download from the internet that would install these onto my computer