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Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Installation

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by karengent, Jan 27, 2005.

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  1. karengent

    karengent Thread Starter

    Jan 27, 2005
    I have recently purchased a Labtech Wireless desktop optical Keyboard and mouse and am having problems on installation.
    I followed the instructions in the manual which told me to remove my old software, turn the PC off, plug in the new keyboard and mouse and turn the PC back on. This is all fine and all the LEDS are lighting up but I have a log in screen on windows 2000 and now the keyboard won't work to allow me to log in.
    Please help.
  2. neosage


    Jun 14, 2004
    Assuming you have checked that all the cables are correctly seated (i'm not sure if that kit requires independent power; my logitech wireless kit has a power cable running from the USB port to a power supply), it could just be a sync problem with the first time it has been used. The keyboard should have a connect button on the receiver and a chanel button on the bottom of the keyboard, press them both in that order. Same again for the mouse.

    There are some general diagnostic procedures here if this fails.
  3. gotrootdude


    Feb 19, 2003
    Hook up a standard PS/2 keyboard, boot, enter the bios, and see if there's a option to enable USB keyboards in the bios. It may work..
  4. LBlack


    Jul 7, 2008
    I have had my labtech wireless keyboard & mouse for some time & have had no problems until yesterday. The mouse won't respond - I've recharged the batteries, installed new batteries, turned it off & on - any advice??
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