Re: wireless keyboard connection problems
shows you what I know...I always thought that if the light was red there was
a problem and green if there wasn't
"cosmiccowboy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I needed a new keyboard so I replaced Labtec with Wireless Comfort Keyboard
> 1.0a from microsoft with the wireless optical mouse 2.0. It was a set.
> was a week ago. I just purchased on 10-19, an Acer AMD Athlon Aspire cpu.
> Started it up, went through set up procedures, then hooked up the wireless
> keyboard, thinking the computer would just see it and it would be working.
> No. So, I plugged in the wired stuff and then loaded the accompanying
> software. Found the corresponding hardware in the program and clicked
> items. It wouldn't make the transition to the wireless.
> Tried again. Nothing worked Downloaded latest updates for the keyboard,
> mouse, which were 6.2, and still, the computer won't give up the wired
> connection for the wireless. Pushed all the buttons to connect the
> appropriate mouse and keyboard, but still there is no wireless connection.
> The batteries are supposedly good as the light on the mouse is bright red.
> put new batteries in the keyboard and tried reconnecting, but still