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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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