Microsft 1000 - some keys wireless keyboard do not work.

I have a 1000, Microsft wireless keyboard worked perfectly well. I went on vacation for a few weeks and when I came back a few keys do not work. They are: 'p', '[', '] ' and ' \ '. I've already replaced batteries but nothing has changed. Is this a HW problem?

Advertisement

Hi RafaelFriedlander,

·         Did you do changes on the computer before the show?

Follow the steps in the article.

Troubleshoot the incidents of the response to the mouse or wireless keyboard

Tags: Windows

Similar Questions

  • my wireless keyboard does not work with windows xp

    Hello

    I installed osx el capitan yesterday.

    My wireless keyboard does not work when I'm on windows xp. For the mouse is ok.

    And no problems with OSX el Capitan.

    Thank you very much for the help.

    Boblecingle

    Windows XP is now fifteen years old.

    Are using you it on a Mac somehow, for some reason any?

  • HP Pavilion g7-1365dx: wireless keyboard does not work.

    I have a combination and connected mouse microsoft wireless keyboard to my laptop.  The mouse recently 'died' and replace the batteries with new Energizer batteries did not help.  I bought a new Logitech mouse and installed the new USB connector and the mouse worked flawlessly.  However, the wireless keyboard does not work now.  If I reinstall the 'old' or the original USB, the wireless keyboard connector works fine.  The new mouse does not work with the original USB connector.  So now I have two USB connectors that are connected to the computer to make the functional keyboard and mouse.  Is there a solution to eliminate one of the USB connectors?  I realize that the brand of the mouse and keyboard are different.  This is the problem and if so can it be fixed?

    CJB - 10 wrote:

    I have a combination of microsoft wireless keyboard and mouse connected to my laptop.  The mouse recently 'died' and replace the batteries with new Energizer batteries did not help. I bought a new Logitech mouse and installed the new USB connector and the mouse works perfectly.  However, the wireless keyboard does not work now.  If I reinstall the 'old' or the original USB, the wireless keyboard connector works fine.  The new mouse does not work with the original USBConnector.  So now I have two USB connectors that are connected to the computer to make the functional keyboard and mouse.  Is there a solution to eliminate one of the USB connectors?  I realize that the brand of the mouse and keyboard are different.  This is the problem and if so can it be fixed?

    Hi ECJ-10,

    Well, you answered your question yourself. They are different products, so you need 2 USB receivers.

    The alternative is to get a replacement of microsoft mouse if it is still under warranty, they usually do.

    Hope this helps.

  • Microsoft MultiMedia 1.1 wireless keyboard does not work - Windows 7 64 bit

    Keyboard does not work.  Does not enter any data.  Battery is good, the wireless signal is good.  Tested on another computer and does not work there either.  Tried to uninstall, reinstall and checked for driver updates. Original installation disk is incompatible with Windows 7.  Message says device is working, but the keyboard is "dead."

    Appreciate the suggestions, pls.  TX

    Not a good sign that it does not work on another computer. Go to control panel > devices and printers. If the keyboard doesn't appear as an installed device, think of it as dead and buried.

    Windows identifies devices of small IC boards inside the devices and guess they are ok. Windows cannot do is determine if the keyboard membrane makes contact with the small IC Board...

  • my wireless keyboard does not work on the letter and number keys.

    It seems to be connected to the computer, because it does not work on the control button and snooze sound

    Hello

    -Have you made any recent hardware / software changes prior to this question?

    -What is the brand and model of wireless keyboard?

    Method 1: run the hardware troubleshooter.

    Open the hardware and devices Troubleshooter
    http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/open-the-hardware-and-devices-Troubleshooter

    Method 2: update a hardware driver that is not working properly

    (a) open Manager devices by clicking the Start button, click Control Panel, click System and security, and then, under system, clicking Device Manager. If you are prompted for an administrator password or a confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
    (b) in the list of hardware categories, find the device you want to update, and then double-click the device name.
    (c) click on the driver tab, click Update driver, and then follow the instructions. If you are prompted for an administrator password or a confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
    http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/update-a-driver-for-hardware-that-isn ' t-work correctly

    Method 3: resynchronize your device with the receiver

    To resynchronize the mouse or the keyboard with the receiver, follow these steps.

    Note When you synchronize the mouse or the keyboard le clavier with the receiver, place the device near the receiver and store other keyboards and wireless mouse at least 6 feet.
    1. press the button on the receiver and check that the light on the receiver starts flashing.
    Note Some newer devices from Microsoft are subject to their receiver and cannot be reset. If your device has a button, go to method 2.
    2. If a dialog box appears on the screen in seconds, follow the instructions that appear on the screen. Otherwise, continue to the next step.
    3. press and release the Connect Channel button on the bottom of the mouse or the keyboard.
    4. check the green light on the receiver. A continuous green light means that the synchronization was successful. If the problem persists, repeat steps 1 to 4.
    5. for the Wireless Notebook Mouse: this issue can occur if the micro-switch on the bottom of the mouse is not released. Use a PIN or pen to try to release the button, if it is pressed.

    Hope this information helps.

  • Pavilion 550-122nd: mouse and wireless keyboard do not work before Windows starts (10)

    The wireless keyboard and mouse (that came with the computer) do not work until Windows is started.

    I want to make a (ghost) image of my hard drive using the boot CD Norton ghost 15.0 (but it also applies to other bootable devices).

    When the CD boots and the program starts I have to click a button (OK / accept) to continue. At this point the wireless keyboard and mouse are not active jet. This is why I can't continue.

    Use a USB keyboard gives the same result (also not active at this point).

    Is there a solution / work around for this?

    Thank you.

    On the pilots seems plausible. Especially because on my laptop (older) with Windows 10 CD bootable (like Norton Ghost) don't Duke keyboard and mouse.

    I'll have a look at the new version of the BIOS and start looking for new tools that will accept my keyboard (and mouse).

    Thank you.

  • Microsoft 3000 V2 wireless keyboard does not work!

    Hello! I recently bought a keyboard (keyboard microsoft wireless keyboard 3000 V2) for my new PC (windows 7 64 bit installed) and I can't just not work! Installing intellitype pro 8.0 works perfectly and I can choose my keyboard model from the list. When I plugin the USB receiver to my computer, it recognizes it immediately and says he's ready to be used. The program "Microsoft keyboard" also recognizes the connection and it says also, that it is running. The problem is that when I press a button on the keyboard it self, nothing happens... at all. I have inserted more than 10 different and newly purchased battery AA, but the only thing that happes is the power led on the keyboard lights up for about 8 seconds.

    I ve tried ALL literary to make it work. Guides, forum search, searches on google and all these things, but nothing works.

    You are my last hope and I really hope you can help me!

    It now appears that the keyboard and the receiver has lost signals 'sync '.  You must contact TS and find how to "synchronize" the receiver / keyboard signals.

  • My wireless keyboard does not work when the power is on, but connects after reboot. Aspire z3 - 61

    Hi all, I have an Aspire Z3-61 that the keyboard is not connected when turned on. If I restart the computer, it works fine. of course turn on/off and rebooting is not the best way that I would get my keyboard works. It does not have to use the on-screen keyboard, and to start windows. I have to restart it to connect. Thanks in advance for any help.

    An alternative workaround that I used when I had the problem was to disable the Windows quick start.

    http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/6320-fast-startup-turn-off-Windows-8-a.html

  • I get a box that said PC Tools Tray Application has stopped working. also my wireless keyboard will not work mouse works fine. Help!

    APROBLEM caused the blocking of the program works correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available.
    Don' don'tknow to do.   Help!

    Hi Rbarb,

    A. when exactly receive you this error?

    B. recent changes made on your computer?

    C. who is the manufacturer of your keyboard?

    D. do you receive an error when you use the keyboard?

    Please provide more information on the issue.

    Troubleshoot the incidents of the response to the mouse or wireless keyboard
    http://support.Microsoft.com/default.aspx/KB/838398

    Bindu S - Microsoft Support

    [If this post can help solve your problem, please click the 'Mark as answer' or 'Useful' at the top of this message.] [Marking a post as answer, or relatively useful, you help others find the answer more quickly.]

  • my wireless keyboard does not work after the upgrade to El Capitan

    I have a wireless trackpad, keyboard, and mouse connected to the iMac of 2013. Everything works fine until I upgraded to El Capitan a few weeks ago. Whenever I wake the system from standby mode, I am unable my password key using the keyboard. The keyboard no longer respond or begin typing the characters on his own.

    So I did a little research on the Internet and discovered by turning off the wireless trackpad will solve the problem. So I tried and yes it works. But it also means that I have to turn off my trackpad whenever I need to connect using my keyboard, which is not the best solution. And my keyboard and trackpad have always been placed side by side, works perfectly well until this upgrade of the OS.

    Does anyone have a solution to this?

    Thank you

    Have you tried to remove the keyboard and the trackpad of Bluetooth devices in the bar of Manu. Then allowing them to be discovered again.

    (You may need to hold down option when you select Bluetooth)

  • Pavilion: Wireless keyboard does not respond initially to the top

    Hi, I bought this new PC - with mouse and wireless keyboard - December [2014] and everything seems fine, but the keyboard stopped responding at startup, which prevents me to enter my password. The mouse works fine.

    Blue light on the dongle wireless flashes with each keystroke, but the PC does not have the keys. If I restart the PC, he finds the keyboard immediately. I've tried moving the dongle is almost next to the keyboard, but still without success.

    The keyboard model is: KBRF7171

    Thank you

    Hello @snequers,

    Welcome to the HP Forums, I hope you enjoy your experience! To help you get the most out of the Forums of HP, I would like to draw your attention to the Guide of the Forums HP first time here? Learn how to publish and more.

    I understand that your wireless keyboard does not work when booting, and I'd be happy to help you in this case!

    To return the keyboard to the working state, I recommend that you follow the steps described in this document on the keyboard and wireless mouse troubleshooting.

    Please re-post with the results of your troubleshooting, and I look forward to your response!

    Concerning

  • Keyboard will not work to start the Recovery Console repair function

    I would like to use the repair feature in Windows XP Professional Recovery Console when starting Onboard or USB CD-ROM drive.  My keyboard works very well to enable F12 and select boot device.  Windows Setup starts and then loads bunch of pilots - looking... but then my keyboard won't work for select 'R' to start the Recovery Console repair.  All this started because I uninstalled a Lexmark printer and it seems that the driver Lexmark LXBTtime.dll lack now but still wants Windows to start.   So now Config\System will not load.  I saw some threads in this forum recommend that my wireless keyboard does not work - so I borrowed a USB wired keyboard - but still the same problem.  Cannot select 'R' - the keyboard light turns off and of course not recognised by Windows Setup.  Any ideas or suggestions?  In addition to the purchase of a MAC (it was my suggestion of neighbors :-)   Thanks for the review!

    Hello

    In addition to the suggestion of Daavee I would also ask you try another disk of Windows XP installation and also you can try with a keyboard five General PIN and check.

    I hope this helps.

    Thank you, and in what concerns:
    Shekhar S - Microsoft technical support.

    Visit our Microsoft answers feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
    If this post can help solve your problem, please click the 'Mark as answer' or 'Useful' at the top of this message. Marking a post as answer, or relatively useful, you help others find the answer more quickly.

  • Wireless keyboard no longer works with Bootcamp that run under El Capitan

    I have an iMac 21.5 mid-2011 "2.7 Ghz, 12 GB with a Bootcamp with Windows 8 partition is installed.

    Everything that used to work very well.

    End of September / beginning of October, I installed El Capitan, but never checked Bootcamp as only a few client projects require me to switch platforms.

    A recurring job that needs to be updated with Windows apps landed on my desk today.

    So I started Bootcamp/Wiindows and everything seemed normal.

    My Apple Wireless Mouse mouse works but found, when I got to the Windows account login screen, that my Apple Wireless keyboard does not work with Windows more.

    I have read several threads on this discussion forum and tried the suggestions made by different people: the VMRAM reset, turn off the iMac and unplug the power supply, the keyboard in Mac OS X Bluetooth pairing. But no joy.

    Several responses seem to indicate that there is a software which can be downloaded in Windows that allow the keyboard is working again.

    However I can't sent the newspaper on the screen to reach the Windows desktop, because I need to enter my password or security number using my wireless keyboard.

    If I seem to be stuck between the hammer and the anvil :-(

    Are there bright and sensible ideas I can try to fix this?

    You have a wired keyboard and mouse that can be connected to the iMac?

  • HP Pavilion G6-1008TU some keys on the keyboard are not working

    I use HP Pavilion G6-1008TU with Windows 7 64 bit from 4 years. Suddenly some of the keys on my keyboard are not working, sometimes these keys does not write the characters or sometimes write several characters. I reinstalled the operating system and have also installed antiviurs. External USB keyboard works correctly. I also cleaned the computer laptop everything.

    According to the message that you have recently published, I want to confirm that it is a hardware issue and I strongly recommend you to Contact HP Technical Support immediately by phone for further assistance without delay to get your Notebook diagnosed and repaired by an authorized HP Certified Engineer

    Alternatively, you can check your warranty here to check the status of the guarantee

    Hope this helps, for other queries in response to the post and feel free to join us again

    * Click on the star of CONGRATULATIONS on the left to say thank you *.

    Make it easier for others to find solutions by checking a response "Accept as Solution" if it solves your problem.

    Thank you
    K N R K
    I work on behalf of HP

  • My Acer Aspire V - 123 Windows 8 keeps freezing and some keys on the keyboard are not working

    I'm currently using a netbook ACER ASPIRE V - 123 with Windows 8 as its operating system and it is not yet updated to 8.1.

    At first when my computer laptop while boots 'seems' to agree, and whenever I try to open a file without any content it took me about 30-45 seconds, opening a program would take me almost 45 seconds to a minute, and I think that something is not right with my laptop and when I try to open a website via my web browser and my laptop would just FREEZE and I can't do anything about it , but I hate to do HARD reset. And to add to this unfortunate scenario is that some of the keys on my keyboard are not working the letters like R, T, I, O and backspace and many others (which I don't remember exactly one by one).

    I try to read some forums on different sites and some posts to the community of MS and did several tests like starting in SAFE MODE w / NETWORKING and downloaded the software like MALWAREBYTES to find potential infections, but nothing found. I also did the start-up in MINIMAL MODE, but again, the situation was the same, but when I'm the boot without failure the filling and freezing are only decrease and I don't want always starts in mode safe.

    From now my laptop is booting in a start-up in MINIMAL MODE and I don't know what to do next, what to try next. I hope someone could lead me to the solution to this problem, I would be eternally GRATEFUL.

    Please do help me in a step by step process and if possible please guide me with pictures or screenshots because I prefer to learn things when I Visual effects on what to do.

    Thanks for patiently reading this post.

    -Raphael

    Hi Ben,

    Sorry for the late reply, the laptop has been fixed, it seems to be a hardware problem. We disconnected the connection of the keyboard to the laptop right now I use an external keyboard to type. Cannot afford now to buy and replace my laptop keyboard, the graphics card Driver has been updated also and I've reformatted the OS

    The gel did not appear more in the normal boot and if all goes well for work this way for good.

    Thanks for the information you have shared to me, he has also been a great help.

    until next time Ben!

    Best regards

    Raphael

Maybe you are looking for


HashFlare