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I moved my computer from one home to the other, also installed new batteries, now my mouse or keyboard will not respond to any commands.

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Some wireless mouse keyboard combos have a unique way to sync them to their receiver. Even if they aren't together, they still might require you sync them to the receiver. (usually a button on the receiver and the keyboard/mouse that you press together). If this doesnt help, please clarify the Brand and Model of your keyboard and mouse.

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