mouse and keypad wifi conection

November 19, 2013 at 01:40:16
Specs: Windows 8
How to install my WiFi mouse and keypad please on my all in one pc
As in the hand book it says about hard wired keypads

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#1
November 19, 2013 at 02:00:06
generic procedure for most wireless keyboard/mouse kits:

Install the software supplied with the wireless mouse & keyboard kit.
Make sure batteries in mouse & keyboard are fresh, and mouse is switched on (switch is underneath it).

Plug the wireless dongle into a USB port & Windows should automatically install drivers.

You may need to press a button on the dongle to sync it with the two devices.

If that doesn't work you will need to post make and model of the kit so we can search for & supply you with specific instructions for that model.

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#2
November 19, 2013 at 02:13:30
These devices have a small "plug" that goes into a usb socket. If you bought the mouse and keyboard as a pair (they were sold as a set) then they will share that "plug/adapter". The operating system will usually detect that "plug" and tell you it has. It may also install required drivers for windows as well; but possibly you may have to provide those - from a disk provided with the mouse/keyboard.

"Usually" there is an "idiot's guide" - instruction manual of sorts - with these items. Have you got that, and have you read it?

What make/model are the keyboard and rodent (mouse)?


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#3
November 19, 2013 at 06:20:39
i have no dongle, pc i have is lenovo c4c5 all in one pc in the jand book it talks about hard wired keypad not wierles
thankyou for your reply gordon

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#4
November 19, 2013 at 06:23:43
thanks for your reply i have a lenovo c4c5 new all in one pc mouse kepad had no dongle it must be all bult in ?

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#5
November 19, 2013 at 08:53:23
Looking at the user's manual for your Lenovo I see where it refers only to wired keyboards… I'm guessing this Lenovo is sold without a keyboard/mouse - and this Lenovo has only usb-connections...

Do you not have a conventional wired (plug-in) keyboard? You will need one that is usb connection, and similarly the mouse.

Do you have a wifi keyboard and mouse already…; but no plug-in type?

I don't see how you can/will get the wifi keyboard/mouse installed properly - without first using a usb plug-in type; so as to install any necessary drivers etc. for the wifi versions.

And you say you don't have a dongle (the little plug-in wifi adapter (transmitter/receiver) for the your wifi kit (if you have that kit - wifi mouse/keyboard already)?

So again do you have the complete wifi kit already? And do you or do you not have a plug-in keyboard/mouse (both using usb connection)?

Folks here need to know what you actually have - if they're going to help you out…?


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#6
November 19, 2013 at 09:44:14
i have usb ports. but the mouse kepad come as a package as all built nothing else l have a lenovo c4c5 from new two days old i did get a disc for all drivers and they are installed

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#7
November 19, 2013 at 15:35:46
mmm Can you explain a little more please.

Do you have a separate mouse and a separate keyboard; and are they wireless or are they cable (usb) type?

If wireless… have you checked to see if each item (mouse and keyboard) is switched one? There will likely be a switch somewhere on each item.

Not being at all familiar with the Lenovo range - and this looks like touch-screen system as well… I'm learning as we go along… I have browsed Lenovo tech support - specifically the manual for your model - and it doesn't ever refer to the wireless keyboard/mouse items at all. Although it does clearly state in their general info that some models are wireless keyboard equipped and some not…?

Also as you say you have had it for only a few days… perhaps a call to the vendor (the person/shop) who sold it to you would be useful? They ought to be able to help you as well? Similarly a call to Lenovo?

Possibly others here will be more familiar with this model of Lenovo and its keyboard/mouse arrangements?


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