Can some one explain this:Wireless Key board packed up halfway through a sentence last night (mouse still OK), changed batteries pressed buttons on both HID receiver and keyboard with in the 20 seconds as recommended, no good.tried some more batteries that had just come out of the charger as before nothing. tried another set Duracell again nothing, removed batteries rebooted PC with PS2 keyboard.Had another go with keyboard again later still would not work threw on bed in disgust (14 months old).24 hrs. later decided to take keyboard apart, but first try again with same batteries as yesterday. Lo and behold its works, no idea why now and not yesterday. Anyone any plausible or even far fetched theories why?Or any simular stories of errant technology?
the universe is unfolding as it should. Sometimes things like this happen - nobody knows why, and it's probably best not to think about it. No doubt aliens were involved somewhere along the line.
Radio wireless reciever works mouse as well that was not affected (why I thought it was batteries).I think It may have been something to do with the Bermuda triangle --- that was fixed at 23:06 last night BBC1 (I didn't understand that either):0)
Think you've found a new species of these..click here .Called the keyboard grems.
Rdave13"Dia-bolical sabo-tergy" (quote from Bugs Bunny gremlin cartoon 1943)ade.h"Electro magnets" that would certainly explain interference with wireless.
my theory goes thus all machine have superior inteligence,they only go wrong to show you who`s the boss,so you do not get above them.bit like cats realy
Didn't have to reinstall any drivers just put batteries in again for the tenth time and it worked.Must have been a bad night for wireless keyboards (perhaps it was the machines Bank Holiday).
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