my wireless keyboard 3000 MK intellitype pro 7.1 using windows xp keys will stick and run

I just installed a MK 3000 wireless keyboard and mouse, sometimes just by typing a letter/character will repeat until the field is full, or that I managed to stop it.

I also had to disable "standby" mode, it will now go to sleep that has be stopped in order to make it work again, uable to wake up.

Any suggestions?

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