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Sir, you wouldn't have to pay, unless you get specific with you problem. However, some scenarios are being jotted down for your convenience. 1) please plug in the receiver cord provided with the mouse into you USB port in the PC. 2) make sure you dont go too far away the infrared receiver since it will block the signals, 3) check the batteries of your mouse if the are charged or expired, if so change them 4) install the driver and check the compatibility of your mouse with your PC.
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It varies from keyboard to keyboard. However in my experience, I find that unless there is a very obvious switch on the bottom of the keyboard, it's perfectly fine to just take out the batteries and put the new ones in. I do however recommend putting in the new batteries within 4 hours of taking out the old ones.
The problem is the GPU, HP will fix it for free if it's less than 2 years old. You can check out www.msbin.com if it's over 2 years old. The guide will show you how to reflow the GPU with common household tool.
i just got off the phone with logitech tech support about my 'dead keyboard'. I have a logitech wireless keyboard/mouse ex100. the mouse still worked and the keyboard just quit all of the sudden like. THE FIX!
1. Make sure in your device manager that the keyboard is still connected and working properly. if it is...
2. then remove the batteries and type on the keyboard for 10 seconds or so.
3. Then reinsert the batteries.
4. press the left alt key, left control key, and the f12 key all at the same time.
5. Then press the connect button on the reciever
6. press the connect button on the keyboard
7. press the escape button on the keyoard
8. test the keyboard
it worked for me :) that's how i was able to type this. hope it works for you
If the keyboard has a reciever, make sure you press the button on both. also you may try to un-plug the USB cord from the computer for the reciever, turn the computer off, plug the reciever back in and turn the computer on again. it should say " New hardware found" or something to that effect. if it asks you to install it , try that. the omputer may simply nee to recognize the keyboard.