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GE wireless keyboard - how to uninstall

I have a GE wireless keyboard and mouse. I got it back in 2002 and my F9 key no longer works. What I would really like to do is uninstall the drivers and software and go back to a regular wired keyboard and mouse. I down have the install disk anymore, anyone know how to go back to the old wired keyboard and mouse. Thanks

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  • larry hruda Mar 14, 2007

    Thanks for the reply. I will give that a try. As of late it is getting worse.

    Thanks again.

    Larry

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    Need to find the proper drivers for this model so I can find out if it's the mouse no longer working or simply a software problem, because it had been working previously, but stopped a few months ago.

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All you need to do is plug in a normal keyboard & mouse and will work fine without removing your old drivers. but if you really want to go into control panel and add/remove programs and look for keyboard related program in the list. All the best John

Posted on Mar 01, 2007

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