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Over hepasttwo months the wireless G USB Network addapter has been loosingits conectivity to the wireless mouse and keyboard. Ihave tried many batteries with no effect and also reoading the software. Current I can only use the wireless mouse approx 10 cmtrs from the USB adaptor and approx 30 cmtrs using the wireless keyboard. Can you please help. Regards DEREK WORTHY TEL: 01604 - 767220 E-mail: derek.worthy@ntlworld.com

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Just read this carefully as you will get a problem to your solution.

My Computer ->right click ->properties ->hardware -> device manager -> in last you will find USB controllers -> unistall all the usb controllers one by one. Restart the machine and your USB devices will be working fine

Enjoy

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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try to replace the battery on mouse and the keyboard with new battery put you mouse and keyboard close to the computer, see what happen,

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I would suggest investing in a USB mouse. They never have this problem and are very cheap to buy. I have found that wireless mice are prone to problems. I would say there is a problem in the connection between your mouse and the laptop but this sort of problem is quite hard to find. As I said, you are better off with USB mouse.

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Buy a new one. & dont forget to check this time ;)

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SOURCE: Wireless keyboard & mouse will not connect

Then your problem is most likely driver-related. The chances are nill that both mouse AND keyboard are defective. Looks like it is down to one of two scenarios. Either the driver is incorrect or corrupt, or the dongle itself is malfunctioning. The driver would be first choice since it would be a free fix to rule out.

try uninstalling the driver first, then reboot. Next go to mfg website for the keyboard/mouse/dongle and download a fresh driver. Then reboot. Note that preferably, the correct protocol would be to install the driver first, before plugging in the dongle. Hope this helps. One question I can think of regarding the dongle is whether or not the dongle lights up when plugged in - some do. If yours is supposed to but does not, it could be the dongle itself. The bottom line now is between the dongle and a driver really. I'd be willing to bet the mouse and keyboard are just fine they just can't interface because the dongle is the gateway and you know the rest...good luck.

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