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Observe the condition to ascertain condition. For example, connect the keyboard to computer to ascertain response. usually with peripheral devices, connections to computer should display results of compartibility else mesages is malfunction missing media recogniseable. In the situation that the keyboard is malfunctioning as missing media is indicationof incompartible to computer. For example, wireless keyboards require adaptors devices attached to computer to function where the computer has to be wireless compartible. In the situation where a cables wired keyboard were attached to wireless computer would be missing the adaptor. Where a wireless keyboard were attached to a computer that least wireless with an adaptors would least produce any results. Circumpectively, the computer with wireless capabilities requires a wireless adaptor that recognies a wireless built keyboard.
Yes you can use one that has an higher current rating. The system will only use what it needs. If you try to use one with an lower current rating the power supply would fail. Just check to make sure the pin out is the same..ie postive tip or negtive tip.
Did you leave it on--maybe the batteries are dead or maybe subconsciously your hand likes the other mouse better? Nonetheless, I'd re-introduce or resynch the mouse and antannae (changing the batteries might not hurt either). Also, if they are similar, make sure that your computer isn't trying to use the other mouse driver to run your primary mouse (depending on your OS, the default mouse should show-up in your Control Panel--hardware devices and make sure that it correlates to the one that you want). Good luck & I hope this works.
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 there. Make sure you have the voltage and amperage right first before you try and power up the motherboard. Most laptop motherboards run on 15, 19 or 20 volts and take a different amperage like 3.42A for example. The power in will be displayed underneath the ibook so take a look there. Don't plug a 24 volt power supply into it unless it specifies that because you could damage the board.
Hello Vince...don't you just hate when that happens...it drives me crazy...Try this trick i learned...maybe it will work for you too. Power down the lappy...remove the power supply. Hold the power on button down for a good 60 seconds. Reinstall power supply and boot up. I know this will work on a Dell..HP and Acer laptop....maybe we can add Sony to the list. If it dosen't work...i have a tech. manual i can dig out and we can try again. Good luck...i hope this helps
I still have the manual for my mouse. Model number 64321.
When this mouse was manufactured it used NiCad batteries which developed a memory much more than the newer batteries. The older NiCad batteries needed to be conditioned occasionally so Kensington provided a way to do that with the charging base.
The red light is for indicating discharge status of NiCad batteries.
The red light will flash quickly when you press the battery discharge button on the bottom of the base. This indicates that you now have 5 seconds to place the mouse in the charging base for battery discharge.
The red light will flash flash more slowly when the battery is being discharged.
After the battery is fully discharged, the base will then charge the batteries.
It should be noted that very few manufacturers of products that utilized NiCad batteries provided a "battery conditioning" feature. Kensington was unique in this regard. Battery conditioning allowed NiCad batteries to have a longer useful life.
Now maybe you can help me.... I lost my power supply that plugs into the USB connector. If you have yours, can you tell me what the output voltage is and what the polarity is of the inner pin. This will be marked right on the power supply base.
I plan to just get a generic power supply from Radio Shack, but I need the voltage value and polarity. Until then, I can still use the mouse, but it won't charge. FOr now, I'm just using standard AAA batteries.
The Ultra AC Adapter has the following output specification. Rated Output Voltage - 9 Volts DC at 200 Milliamps to 1.3 Amp Max Center of pin Positive Pin Size Length - 9.5 mm Width - 5.5 mm Center Hole - 2.1 mm
check to make sure the drivers in the device manager are working properly. Once its connected to the PC they sould at least be recognised by the PC. If they are and still nothing....shut down pc, remove all power supplies, push the power button on the PC then reconnect power supply and start up....should fix the problem......let me know