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The batteries in the keyboard are lithium batteries for the whole computer. The Screen should be located in the socket and the ac power adaptor plugged in. The power indicator and Battery indicator should be on see photo.
Press the power on button, if you cannot use the keyboard try the mouse to select the control panel and check the keyboard is enabled.
processes of installing the keyboard device. first plugin the wireless adpator onto the computer as the means with which the wireless signals are captured from keyboard to computer. Second, the wireless adaptor installs the required programs on the computer. Usually the keyboard once powered on would capture the signal display where for example, a prior installed adaptor is recognised by the computer either as logo indication on the desktop or control panel area. observe the component devices that require connectivity to ascertain that least attained from which restoration is attained.
Observe to ascertain that is a wireless optic. usually wireless optic mouses require the adaptor section of be pluged to the computer to capture the signals. Also, mouse should light up soon after batteries were inserted in compartment. Power off the computer completely, repower on should capture the new settings.
in the cordless mouse see wether the light in the mouse is working if working press the switch in the mouse and the adaptor conected to the computer also see wether the cordless connector drivers are installed in the device manager
Hi most cordless mouse or keyboard use a usb adaptor you plug this into a usb port on your computer then press a button usually on the bottom of the mouse and then this connects it with your computer, if you buy them new you should get a installation cd with it and just run this in your computer and you should then have no problems
so to answer your question yes any wireless mouse or keyboard will work with any computer as long as your usb ports are working,
you should have no problems as long as you follow the installation instructions that come with the mouse, follow those and you will be up and running in no time, just remember you need to change the batteries every 6 to 12 months to ensure it keeps working at its best.
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You cannot uninstall a keyboard program like you would any other program, because the keyboard is in use, the way to do it is, power the computer down, then unplug the USB adaptor, key board and mouse, you must replace the keyboard with a wired one before you can restart the computer, you then go to control panel add remove program and uninstall the software. Good luck.
Disconnect all devices from your PC including usb mouse and power adaptor. Press power button and hold it for 20 seconds. This will statically discharge teh PC. THen take out batteries from the keyboard and pres connect button to discharge keyboard. When this is done connect pc to the mains and turn it on Put batteries into keyboard and try to connect. Press connect button on the pc first and then within few seconds press connect button on the keyboard. Please leave your feedback if issue is solved or you need futher assistance
hi, ok remove the netgear and boot the system, then go in control panel and adjust the power options to always on. if the netgear device is pci try it in a diferent slot on the motherboard, and reboot. if you have not fixed it by now( i keep forgeting to look at the date of post) good luck@!
-- try to install the adapter to a diff slot/ port
-- try to uninstall the driver and use updated driver downloaded from the netgear website to reinstall the driver
-- unistall old driver or other adapter on the computer to avoid driver conflict