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Same question dose it work for Windows XP Professional as regular keyboard and mouse?thanks!

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On vista 32 it does and on xp 64 no drivers found yet

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Nearly every device in your computer system can be turned off and on by accessing the Windows Device Manager with a few clicks of the mouse. It gives you plenty of flexibility and allows you to customize your computer on a whim. The Device Manager will allow you to enable your factory keyboard and mouse and disable your current ones, effectively resetting them to the default settings

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While you are in the operating system, unplug both the USB devices, then plug them back in, let windows recognize the new hardware and install it for you, this can take a couple of minutes, once it says hardware is installed and ready to use reboot the PC and see if you can use the keyboard and mouse while in the OS.
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Yes, the cordless mouse will work on a desktop system, but because of the limitations in distance between the mouse and the USB transceiver, you will have to plug the transceiver into a USB port on the front of your system, or to a USB port on your keyboard or monitor if they have one.

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