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That keyboard is not wireless, it is cabled to the computer. If you are looking h=to have your computer connect to the internet using wireless, you need to have a wireless access point connected to a cable modem or DSL, as well as a wireless network card in the computer.
Make sure you have the wireless config settings identical on both computers i.e password,name etc.See if you can see other computers when you search for wireless access points.If yours is not there its your settings.If it is and you cannot access it check the password in notepad to see if both computers lettering are both the same.
Purely coincidental, especially if your mouse was plug and play like 99% of them out there today. My guess is that you are having a totally unrelated problem with your internet. If I was going to troubleshoot it, I would simply remove the mouse and any software that you might have installed with it and then check the internet connection.
he probably changed a setting or two...it happens...i recommend that on a separate computer you download firefox...click me to get firefox Firefox is a more secure web browser than standard ie (internet explorer) so download it to your desktop and you can either 1. put it on a flash drive to put on your grandson's laptop or 2 because you said he can get his email you can send the file to him hope this helps
Try testing the speed, go to this website and see what results you get. It takes a couple of minute so so be a bit patient.
If it's slow, report it to your DSL supplier.