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Have you tried using your wireless keyboard on another computer? sounds like the fresh batteries isnt the reason but it may be something with your keyboard. try to use it on another computer and if the problem goes away, you might want to do something with your computer to remedy the problem... load drivers.
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
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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.
hope this helps
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