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Wireless keyboard+mice i have this wireless rf optical keyboard+mice i dont have the disk nor the user guide mice works fine but the keyboard dont first time using it on this comp.i have model no and serial no but dont know the name of the product can some one please help me

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  • rjbabygirl1 Jun 25, 2008

    iConcepts does any one know where the reset button is on it i dont have disk nor user guide in control panel,keyboard it says its working properly but when i do the test theres nothing i can not seem to get it to work can some one help please

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