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Keyboard My wireless Dell keyboard won't work although I replaced the batteries and reset the green button . Tried everything but nothing works. Called tech people for help but the computer is 4 years old so they wouldn't help...warranty is up.

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  • gmfn Jul 09, 2008

    I have Windows XP and the wireless keyboard came with the system, there was no instillation disc.

  • Kaitlyn Jones
    Kaitlyn Jones May 11, 2010

    What Version of Windows are you using? Also, Did thekeyboard come with Installation disc?

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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.

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