Question about Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3000 Keyboard
Ironically, when I replaced my dead HP Pavilion, on which I had the same wireless keyboard and mouse, things worked in the reverse but opposite method. The mouse doesn't work, but the keyboard does.
I suspect it is directly related to the config buttons on the bottom of each part. The buttons were supposed to sync such that the keyboard and mouse worked together perfectly and did, until I had to replace the PC.
My only suggestion is to continue to press those little buttons repeatedly, until they finally do sync all the way around. And most important, ensure that your mouse and keyboard have fresh batteries at all times, as that would make the whole process fail in the most embarrassing way.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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