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Mouse works, keyboard does not

I hooked up my receiver to the USB port on my laptop and the mouse worked fine and the keyboard worked fine for a minute or so. Now I am getting nothing from the keyboard and the mouse works fine HELP!!!

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Try replacing the batteries in the keyboard. This usually solves the issue.

Posted on Aug 18, 2007

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