labtec wireless mouse and keyboard install

  Newuser3605 23:09 17 Feb 2010
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Hello,
I was given a wireless labtec mouse and keyboard without any disks.
I put in new batteries and downloaded the drivers from the Internet site.
I cannot get either to work on restarting the computer.
Has anyone got any ideas? Many thanks.

  mgmcc 23:29 17 Feb 2010

There should be a "connect" button on both mouse and keyboard, possibly also on the transmitter unit that plugs into the PC. Have you pressed these?

  robin_x 02:19 18 Feb 2010

The buttons are UNDERNEATH both mouse and kbd.

And do you have a stupid little base station-aerial thingy with it? Which may also have a button?

I forget now.

I bought a Technika combo set from Tesco last November. I wanted the Logitech set but they were out of stock.

While my previous Logitech w/less mouse worked all the time, without using the button, even after reboot and plugging/unplugging the dongle, the Technika set needed the reset buttons pushing all the time.

I took the set back and went window shopping in the PC World aisles.

ALL the combo w/less sets seem the same.

In the end I settled on another Logitech w/less mouse but a wired £12.99 kbd. (with the extra functions on the FKeys).

I am happy now. 4 months later...it all just works 24/7.


For more info on yours, check the Labtec website or Google.

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