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I need to pair my wireless keyboard with my mac.

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  • Siedah Apr 17, 2008

    Please help me to figure out how to "pair my Mac OSX with my wireless keyboard.  Thanks.

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You need to first press the button on the wireless transmitter, and then right after you pressed the button, find the same type of buttom from the bottom of your keyboard and press it. it should work now, if it doesnt try restarting your computer.

if it still doesnt work, repeat this. and make sure the batterys are good.

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