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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A possible cause of this could be low batteries in the keyboard. Also, try repositioning the wireless receiver so there are no obstacles between the keyboard and the receiver.
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
Wireless keyboards and mice have a "sync" button you can push to make sure that the peripherals and the receiving station are all on the same channel. On your receiver (the one you plug into the computer) you will see a button. Pressing this should cause the lights on it to blink. When this happens press the button located on the bottom of the mouse (usually very small and recessed - try using a pen tip). The lights should stop flashing and the mouse will be on the correct channel and should work. Repeat the process with the keyboard if that does not work as well.
Posted on Oct 23, 2007
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