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I have an i-Concepts 62350NS wireless multimedia keyboard and mouse pair. They connect via a USB hub. Both worked great out of the box on my desktop which is running XP. However, this morning the keyboard simply stopped functioning. The device manager still recognizes it and says that it is working properly but it isn't working at all. The mouse is still working, though.

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  • jameswgreen Aug 26, 2010

    This problem has been fixed. I disassembled the back cover and put a folded up business card over the ribbon connection between the keyboard and the small pc board next to the negative battery connection. Presto! Since the manufacturer did not use a real connector and simply relied on contact pressure from the back to maintain contact between the ribbon cable and the pc board just a little more pressure did the trick.

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Go through the process outlined in the instruction manual for connecting the keyboard to the wireless adapter. If this does not work, then replace the keyboard batteries and do it again.

Posted on Aug 17, 2007

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Might be a defective keyboard. Check and make sure its compatible for windows vista but all keyboards should work with any system.. As well maybe the port on the computer is bad..

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I've used the 62150 black combo on XP Pro, not the 62150N Deluxe silver combo, for years without a problem after setting them up. Had 2 PS2 ports so had to use an adapter for the keyboard connector. To sync, press the ID button on the receiver. LED will blink fast for a few seconds, then slower Press the ID button on the mouse and keyboard while receiver is still blinking (need a pen or something for the mouse button). If the receiver LED blinks whenever you move the mouse or hit the keyboard, it is receiving the signal. If the OS does not recognize input, it could be the connectors (I had separate PS2 for mouse and keyboard each).
Their website does not provide driver downloads or much user support - stop posting the link for everything SLSL2000.....

Posted on Jun 20, 2010

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