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Leave your current wired keyboard plugged into the computer. Many computers will cease to function if their keyboard is removed.
Make sure that the computer is on and is functioning properly.
Plug the USB wireless adapter of the wireless keyboard into a USB port on your computer. If you don't have a USB port, then your computer is probably too old and likely won't support a wireless keyboard.
Make sure that there are batteries in your wireless keyboard. Oftentimes, the consumer is responsible for putting the batteries in, and they don't come with the keyboard when it's purchased.
Turn the power on for your wireless keyboard. The method of doing this varies depending on the model you've purchased, but the power switch/button is generally located on the bottom of the wireless keyboard.
Wait for the keyboard to download it's driver software. If you don't have a connection to the Internet, use the software that was included with your wireless keyboard to install the driver manually.
Use the wireless keyboard exactly as you would a wired keyboard.
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Insert the installation CD that came with your wireless keyboard set into your computer's CD-ROM drive.
Use the CD to install the drivers for the wireless peripherals.
Insert batteries into the keyboard .
Use a screwdriver to remove any screws that hold the battery bay covers closed.
Connect the wireless signal receiver to your computer.
Receivers for wireless keyboard and mouse sets usually use a USB connector.
Your computer will automatically detect the receiver.
Turn on your keyboard if the devices have power buttons.
Press the "Sync," "Connect" or "Pair" buttons on the keyboard , depending on your model.
If present, press the "Connect" button on the wireless signal receiver as well.
Your wireless keyboard set is now connected.
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