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I have the MICROSOFT WIRELESS MULTIMEDIA KEYBOARD 1.1 also Optical wireless mouse .
I have setup both of them and installed the drivers given by Microsoft CRROM,
I am on Windows Enterprise 2003 server.
Mouse driver >IP55.exe
Key baird Driver > ITP55_32Eng.exe
Mouse worked successfully burt Key board did not work.
Reciever have has 2 lights blinking .
Can anyone help me to resolve this issue.
I was just about to write "I have the same problem", but i think i fixed it!!!!
background: I move my wireless keybd/mouse between my desktop and laptop units.... All was fine until a few days ago when some update completely disabled my desktop... I think the wireless began malfunctioning about the same time.
Just now, I pressed the ?reconnect button? on the front of the keybd/mouse receiver then pressed the connect buttons on the back of each device and PRESTO!! the keybrd works!!!
I just typed this entire message with the wireless keybd.
I hope this helps someone
Posted on May 12, 2009
Well i'm using the exact type of keyboard and i also have the same problem as well......especially when i exchange battery. The best way to fix it is to press the connect buttom on the back of key board and press the buttom on the reciever. Also if u want to increase success rate is to bring the reciever and the keyboard extremly close, almost attach back to back, then type both buttom at the same time :)
Posted on May 25, 2009
I had a similar problem with this keyboard. My mouse worked fine, but the keyboard stopped working. I switched out the batteries, rebooted, etc and still not working.
BUT I realized that I had an issue with the batteries ... the first battery that I put in was getting jammed and was very difficult to get out. So I checked to make sure that the spring was working and I found out that whatever kind of spring was inside the battery case did not have any spring left or was gone. So my batteries had too much space to wiggle and hence could not supply power to the keyboard.
My solution is to roll up a small bit of aluminum foil and put inbetween both batteries.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
I had the same problem and was very frustrated. I don't know if I ever had an installation CD. I am so happy I found this website, because solution #4 worked for me - just like magic. I didn't even realize I had those tiny buttons on the bottom of my keyboard and mouse.
Here's what I did: 1. Change the batteries, disconnect everything, reconnect. 2. push the reconnect button on the top of the wireless keyboard/mouse receiver. 3. Use a wire (unbent paper clip) to push the tiny buttons on the bottom of the keyboard and mouse.
I have replaced the batteries in my mouse many times, but I think this is the first time I ever replaced the batteries in my keyboard. I think those batteries died and caused the problem that required me to reset the keyboard.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
Solution 2 and 3 were right on the money. I spent several hours trying to get it to work. Mouse was OK, but the keyboard was not. I even had the installation CD, but for some reason it did not work.
Everybody, press both buttons at the same time and keep them both as close as possible when doing it. After that you can seperate them as you want with no problems.
Thank you for having this site up with all of the information...
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
He resuelto mi problema, mi teclado no funcionaba..le oprimia las teclas correspondientes y me daban otras !! La solucion fue muy simple: Oprimi un boton que esta por debajo que dice "Conect channel " y despues oprimi el "Wireless optical desktop receiver 2.1 " y listo !!
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
If u instole drivers of keyboard ,open the software application settings and try to search for keyboard if detected than try using it
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
Llkrea's solution with the aluminium foil between the batteries worked for me! On windows 10, just plug and play no messing about with drivers and compatibility etc...
Posted on Jun 28, 2019
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