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Microsoft Wireless Multimedia Keyboard 1.1 and Standard Wireless Optical Mouse Installation

I have connected the transmitter and the green light has come on I have loaded the software and the installation was successful When I select both in Control Panel - each is working OK and has good transmission yet neither of them work. I am using a IBM Thinkpad Tablet Laptop and the keyboard and both the pen and the built in mouse work. I have searched for them in Bluetooth but they do not come up - it says no devices found When I go into hardware installation it says they are both installed The keyboard and mouse are both less than 2 feet from the transmitter What is it that I am missing to have them be recognised? Thanks

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  • Phase2 Aug 29, 2007

    The heading is too long to see but the product is

    Microsoft wireless multimedia keyboard 1.1 and Standard Wireless optical mouse

  • Anonymous Feb 20, 2008

    I have a ibm thinkpad3 laptop and i'm trying to install my microsoft wireless multimedia keyboard 1.1 and my microsoft wireless optical mouse that I bought off ebay. I've downloaded the updates and the transmitters light flicks green. What I am doing wrong?

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I'have no idea to suggest u, I think u have more knowledge about this comparision against me!!!!!!!! Sorry

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