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SOFTWARE 4 WIRELESS OPTICAL MOUSE AND WIRELESS MULTIMEDIA KEYBOARD COMBO

LOST DISC NEED TO INSTALL ON NEW PC

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  • SJSHARKY Jun 02, 2008

    do i need a disc

  • Mohammed Anjum May 11, 2010

    Hi,

    If you are using Windows XP, drivers are usually detected automatically. If you are using any other operating system or you device is not getting detected, then please provide me with name and model number of your Wireless Optical Mouse and I will to find it for you. Also, please let me know which Operating System you are currently running.


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SOURCE: Dell E521 cannot get to bios with usb keyboard.

Alright guys, had same issue and have going around it for 4 days...same issue= USB k-board/mouse not responding when dell e521 was booted.....and you know the rest...after trying multiple keyboards and different scenarios... I finally got a solution (at least for me) MY problem was that one of the USB ports (front of PC) was broken and I wasnt aware of it, and the pins were SHORTING inside the port (center pins touching the metal) I had noticed that the KEYBOARD at STARTUP was kind of flashing ramdomly and it would be recognized fater the splash screen and it was due to the SHORT.SO BE PATIENTE AND CHECK ALL USB PORT FOR DAMAGE OR DEBRIS-MAKE SURE ONLY KEYBOARD, MOUSE ARE THE ONLY USB DEVICES HOOKED UP! so there you have it.....Enjoy your fixing!

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