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Four 'AA' batteries.

On mine, when the last one goes in, it emits a short tone.

Mike

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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My gateway wireless mouse won't sync


- Have you tried the steps mentioned in the link to connect a wireless keyboard and mouse to the Gateway computer? http://support.gateway.com/s/desktop/2009/gateway/zx/zx4800/ZX4800faq3.shtml
http://www.support.gateway.com/s/Manuals/Profile/WirelessKb_MouseGuide.pdf

Also follow the generic troubleshooting steps mentioned in the link to connect a wireless keyboard and mouse to a computer.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/838398
Note: The steps provided in the link mainly works for Microsoft hardware but the steps can be applied to any wireless keyboard and mouse. Do not install any software given in the link as it will not help you if you do not have a Microsoft Hardware.

It would be helpful if you could provide us the exact computer model number and also the make and model number of the keyboard and mouse.

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plub in the usb dongle came along with the keyboard. there is a connect button on the keyboard. press that button to get connected.

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I'm assuming that your keyboard and mouse are wireless versions. You should therefore have a wireless controller plugged into one of the USB ports, probably at the back of the PC. Try removing the wireless controller and install it in a different USB port. The Windows operating system should detect it as a new device and attempt to install the drivers automatically.

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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.


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1. Since you are running XP, you will need to download a driver for the wireless receiver that came with the mouse and keyboard. Try the website of the manufacturer to see if they even make a driver for XP.

2. Go to Win7upgrade and see if your PC can be upgraded. It's not free to upgrade however, but then the wireless items will install automatically once the receiver is connected. This is better as Windows 7 is much safer from viruses, maware, and attacks.

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What is the keyboard command to turn wireless LAN on/off? model DX4710-UB002A


http://support.gateway.com/s/Manuals/Desktops/8513030.pdf
There is no keyboard command. You must setup your Network connection to receive wireless. Refer to the manual above.

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Moved my GATEWAY KR-0401 wireless keyboard & now won't work!


  1. Check and see if batteries are in keyboard and that they are still good and working.
  2. If the batteries are good and ready to go then make sure that the adapter for the wireless keyboard is plugged into the correct USB port in the back of your computer and that it's working.
  3. If none of the above works then what you'll need to do is go buy a wired keyboard and attach that to your computer and log into your account and find out what's going on with the wireless keyboard. Once you have figured out what is going on with your wireless keyboard then you can take the wired one back to the store and continue using the wireless keyboard. If I were you though I would keep the wired one around just in case.

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Gateway 610 k/b & mouse unrecognized..CMOS problem??


It's not the K/M, there probably was a surge that went through, and effected the motherboard in the computer. so you can take it to your local computer shop. But, before you bring it there, back up your important files because they might have to format your HD.

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