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If your keyboard is "wireless", it would have batteries under a removable slot on the underside of board. You also may just need to press the reset button on the bottom of the board or on the reciever hooked to your tower. Make sure your connections are good and/or try a different USB port. You can check to see it's operation by clicking on "start". Then click on "control panel". Find and right click on "device manager". Click on the box with + next to "keyboards". Do you see a warning, ?, !, or a yellow triangle? Click on that and follow proceedure. Right click on your device and in the list you should see "disable". If you see "enable" click on that and exit. Right click on it again, then click on "properties" tab. You should see "this device working properly".
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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