The first time i connected the mouse and the keyboard, it worked perfectly, however the day after when i turned on the computer, the keyboard didn't wanted to work, i tryed everything but nothing, then i connected my old keyboard and mouse and after about 15 min i tryed to connect the wireless mouse and the keyboard again. And it worked until i turned off the computer and then turn it on again. What should i do?. Has this happened to anybody else?
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Keyboards connect several ways. Older systems use a PS/2 connector (round) that plugs into the purple/gray jack on the back of the computer. The mouse plugs into the green jack next to it. If you have a USB keyboard, it plugs into any USB slot. PS/2 connections must be made with the computer off. USB connections work any time. If one slot doesn't work, try another. If the keyboard doesn't work, try another.
Good day!Did you check the remote USB connector?try detaching it from the port inserted and reinsert it in other USB port and see if it works.,change the batteries with new one if you have..then reconnect all..
When my logtch does that is usally is a stuck key. It can also be a low battery or the antenna is too close or too far away.
Most of the time its a stuck key. turn it upside down and knock on it like you are knocking on a door. that usually will jar the keey loose. you may be able to find the stuck key by pushing on them and see which one doesn;t pop back or feel right. Don;t try to pry it loose do the knock.
If the battery has just enough power left you can get some wired things happening but usually it just stops working.
Move the antenna so that it is about a foot away and is clear line of sigt from the keyboard to the antenna. You may want to reset or reconnect using the button on the antenna and the bottom of the keyboard.
Wireless routers generally are 2.4 Ghz, as well as the wireless keyboard and mouse. I think there is interference from the router that causes the keyboard and mouse to hang. I had the same problem with my 2.4 Ghz cordless telephones and my new wireless router. Went to 5.8 Ghz telephone and the problem stopped. I'm not sure yet how to work around the keyboard/mouse issue.