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you should have a reciever that plugs into the pc, and a wireless keyboard and mouse, what you need to do is put new batterys in all the devices, then press the button on the reciever then press the button on bottom of keyboard and same for the mouse. if you have tried all these things maybe a fault with reciever.
Have you activated the wireless connection between the keyboard and the reciever. if this is not done then it wont work. There should be a button on the keyboard that you must hold down so that the signal can be recognized at the reciever end. Try it and see....if this is no good then you need another wireless keyboard setup!!!
If the keyboard has a reciever, make sure you press the button on both. also you may try to un-plug the USB cord from the computer for the reciever, turn the computer off, plug the reciever back in and turn the computer on again. it should say " New hardware found" or something to that effect. if it asks you to install it , try that. the omputer may simply nee to recognize the keyboard.