Question about Dell Computers & Internet
Posted by Ruby Welday on
SOURCE: wireless keyboard not functioning
I unplugged the usb connector and took out the batteries for both the keyboard and mouse for 30 seconds. Then I plugged everything back in.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: Hotkey mode
This just worked for me. Using your PC keyboard, boot up to the PC first and then power up your mac. Hit the scroll lock twice and IMMEDIATELY hit enter. You have to go fast- click-click-click with no hesitation and it works great. I still can't toggle the hot keys to set up my mac keyboard, which I prefer using, but I'm assuming it takes the "right" timing on the keys. I'll keep trying.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Microsoft Wireless Desktop Receiver 3.1
I have the same system. Mouse can be ordered, but not easily. Make sure mouse is not working.... i almost made tour same mistake. In my case, the mouse plug (from computer to wireless receiver) had become unhooked. All i could see is that mouse was communicating with wireless receiver but appeared to be frozen. If you can reset receiving channel, and see that receiver acknowledges presence of mouse, you may have my same problem. Also, if you can see that the laser light is working, mouse is probably ok, and batteries are good.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
SOURCE: where can you buy a replacement usb adapter for a
If this is a bluetooth mouse and keyboard, just exactly what I'm reading and your computer does not have bluetooth built in then this is what you need to buy.
You can get this at your local BestBuys or online.
Don't forget to vote for me, and give me a good rating.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Microsoft wireless desktop 3000 v2.0
There are little connection buttons on the mouse, keyboard, and sometimes the reciever, press those.
Replace the batteries with new ones.
Posted on Dec 09, 2010
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you did not say if it works, at all, or not.
or what setup means.
no PC stated, DEL WHAT IS IT , model exactly
trying what does trying mean?
new wireless, old, ?
first is fresh batteries in the keyboard and mouse,
if new in the box, RTM did you read the instructions first?
or are you doing advanced setups.
here are the base setup rules,
1: fresh batteries installed.
2: plug in USB dongle. for new mouse/kbd.
3: boot PC, if windows (is it or linux?)
4: boot and get the PC on the internet first.
if that takes a real mouse and key board to do that so be it. real means USB wired.
if on the internet then plug and play works
and finds the new keyboard and start working.