Hook up cordless keyboard with wireless mouse

November 30, 2010 at 20:56:45
Specs: Windows Vista, Gateway t series

how do i hook up a cordless desktop keyboard whith a wireless mouse that is the same brand Logitech to this AAA batterie operated keyboard

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#1
December 1, 2010 at 12:55:32

I'd guess you put a small usb gizmo that came with the keyboard into a free usb port.

Why did it take me over a year to phone in a problem to ATT?


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#2
December 1, 2010 at 18:16:42

THATS THE THING THE KEYBOAR DOES NOT HAVE THE MOUSE OR THE USB CONNECTOR I HAVE ANOTHER MOUSE THAT IS THE SAME LOGITECH BRAND BUT ITS NOT THE ONE THAT CAME WITH THIS KEYBOARD THE KEYBOARD DOESNT HAVE ANY LIGHTS CORDS OR USB CONNECTORS OR PORT.

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#3
December 1, 2010 at 18:33:54

Let me separate the two devices.

One is a mouse. It should have two parts. One is the part that you hold in your hand. Inside usually is a small slot or compartment that holds the usb stick to put in to a usb slot.

Second is the keyboard. It should have the normal looking keyboard and also it should have a very similar looking usb stick. It may also have a slot or compartment that holds the usb stick.

It may be that if both were bought together that only one usb stick is needed. Look at the owners manual for how to connect them.

Why did it take me over a year to phone in a problem to ATT?


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#4
December 1, 2010 at 18:59:11

There are too many combinations to come up with a good answer. If the keyboard has no connections it is presumably wireless. Sometimes the mouse has a charging cradle which is the wireless receiver for both keyboard and mouse - this type have two cables provided.

We need to know exactly what you have got.

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#5
December 2, 2010 at 03:45:16

Cordless keyboard and wireless mouse or cordless mouse and wireless keyboard.

Often the two terms, cordless and wireless, are interchangeable.

They mean the connection of the device with the computer is by means of waves in the air rather than by means of cables / cords.

If the mouse and keyboard come out of one box as matched set, they share one USB receiver.

If the mouse and keyboard come in different boxes ( bought separately ), they have separate USB receivers.

To be able to answer your question positively or negatively, we must know the make and model designations of the products in question.

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