Comp does not see the wireless keyboard what to do. Practical keyboard manual

  1. Keyboard connection with USB connection to the system unit
  2. Mouse connection, with USB connection to the system unit
  3. PS / 2, Bluetooth Connections and others for keyboard and mouse
  4. How to connect a keyboard and mouse with a USB interface
  5. How to connect a keyboard and mouse with PS / 2 interface
  6. How to connect a keyboard and mouse with Bluetooth interface

People working with large volumes of texts notice that use wireless keyboard more comfortable. New laptops are getting smaller, screens are more inconvenient, and on tablets it is generally impossible to print. Then the only way out is to buy a portable device and actively work with it. Now we will dwell in more detail on how to connect a wireless keyboard to a laptop .

There are two types of them on the market: the first is the radio keyboard, and the second is bluetooth. The principle of their connection is very similar, so we present the general provisions, dwelling in detail on the features only where necessary.

  1. Check Bluetooth connectivity. Your laptop must support this technology. Not all models have an integrated adapter. Most often it has to be bought separately. In this case, you need to first install the receiving signal, and only after that engage in the keyboard.
  2. For a radio keyboard, you must have an RF (radio frequency) signal configured. If there is none, then you should not bother with its setting. Easier to go to Bluetooth.
  3. When you are convinced that the connection is possible, estimate the distance from the laptop to the signal receiver on the keyboard. Between them there should be no monitor, processor, metal objects, fluorescent lamps, electrical appliances. Provide a visible distance at least for the time of the first launch.
  4. All portable keyboards are self-powered, so take care of the batteries. The entrance for them is located on the back side.
  5. Any device of this type must be attached installation disk . Insert it into the laptop and follow the steps following the prompts. Your system should have a special program for setting and controlling the keyboard.
  6. Now take a nano receiver. This is a small rectangular transmitter that comes bundled. That it performs the function of transmitting signals from the keyboard to the laptop. Insert it into a free USB port. After that, the laptop will search for the device itself and you just have to wait for the message that everything is ready for use.
  7. If you connect a Bluetooth keyboard, then first activate the device on it, then on the laptop. Go to the program that is responsible for the search for wireless devices, and select the option "Pair the Device". The system will prompt you what to do next. At the end, a window will also appear with the message that the device is ready.
  8. Check whether everything works by opening the Word file or notepad, typing a few phrases. Separately, click the additional buttons - Caps Lock, Esc, Home, End, tab and others.

And finally, if you did everything right - congratulations you are the owner of a convenient and necessary device. And in the case when the keyboard does not work, you need to look for reasons. A USB input may not work or interference may have occurred on the radio signal path. Move the device closer and try again.


keyboard and mouse
to stationary computer

Keyboards and mice, like the rest of the attributes
for a stationary computer - also different.

Modern keyboards and mice, for the most part,
have USB connection.

In addition to the widespread prevalence - an advantage
USB interface is the ability to connect
to a working computer.

But in the description, I will tell a little
and other connections.

Connecting a keyboard with USB connection to the system unit

Keyboard connection
with USB connection
to the system unit

Below, the wiring diagram of the main blocks,
to the system unit of a stationary computer.


Click on image to enlarge.

As you can see, in the diagram, there are two options.
connect the keyboard and mouse.

Interfaces for USB connection.
Interfaces for PS / 2 connectivity.

In this section we will look at
USB keyboards.

On a desktop computer USB connectors may be located
And on the front panel of the system unit, and on the back. To occupy
both horizontal and vertical.

No need to show all existing keyboard options.
I will present you only two of them.

On the left - a keyboard with a removable cable. Before connecting
its to the system unit - you need to connect the cable to the keyboard itself.
And then connect to on the back system unit .

On the right is a keyboard with built-in cable. It can be immediately
connect to the USB port on the back of the system unit.

And that's it ... After turning on the computer and installing the Operating
windows system special drivers - you can work with the keyboard.

Connecting a mouse with a USB connection to the system unit

Mouse connection,
with USB connection
to the system unit

Mice with USB connection.
Wired and wireless.

Wired and wireless

Connecting the mouse to the system unit is very simple.
Insert the USB connector of the mouse into the USB port of the system unit.

And, when you first connect, wait while Windows
connect the mouse and report on its readiness for work.

PS / 2, Bluetooth and other connections for keyboard and mouse

PS / 2, Bluetooth Connections
and others for keyboard and mouse

If your keyboard has a PS / 2 interface,
then you connect the keyboard to the PS / 2 port.

PS / 2 interface is used in motherboards ATX powered.
It is a thin round connector - 6-pin miniDIN.
After connecting new equipment to PS / 2 port, it is required

On the back panel of the system unit,
for keyboard and mouse, painted.

PS / 2-port for the keyboard is painted in lilac color.
And for the mouse - in green.

It is possible to adapt the PS / 2 keyboard and mouse interface,
to connect to the USB port. Adapters are used for this purpose.

Technology developers always strive to achieve the same goal - to increase the convenience and comfort of a person. Computer technology is no exception. The weight and size of laptops has decreased, routers have allowed to go on the Internet without permanent problems with connectors and cables, examples can be listed almost infinitely. About one of these know-how will tell in more detail. It's about setting up and connecting a wireless keyboard.

When buying a new wireless keyboard, keep in mind that there should be three things in the kit. The first one is the keyboard itself, the second is the driver disk, the last one is wireless adapter which connects via USB-port and works on the principle of "Bluetooth". Sometimes this set may include several batteries, but often they have to be purchased separately. For this purpose, perfect batteries, batteries, although they are quite expensive, but unlike conventional ones, they can be charged, and they also hold a charge for much longer. In addition, there are kits for sale, in which there is also a mouse. However, it all depends directly on the manufacturer and price. So, let's proceed directly to the installation. First, insert the disk on which the drivers are written to the drive, and as soon as it starts up, a menu should appear. But if nothing automatically seemed, then you need to run manually. To do this, go to the standard Explorer "Computer" or "My Computer", if you use the operating system "Windows XP". Then double-click the drive icon with the left mouse button and in the opened window find the file with the name “Install.exe” or “Setup.exe”. Run it - and you can start connecting the keyboard to the computer.


Now you need to connect the wireless adapter to the USB port. By the way, sometimes such connectors are equipped with an LED to simplify perception, which will blink when the connection to the keyboard is established. If there is a problem, the light will not work. And if you have already connected a laser bear, this experience will help, since the installation is similar.


Next you need to insert the batteries. Their installation does not require enchanting knowledge, and we hope that you can do this yourself. If the keyboard does not work, turn it over and carefully examine the back cover, it should be located on the switch in the form of a small lever. It should be set to the “ON” position, this should turn on the power supply of the product. Further on the desktop, a message will appear that the system has detected a new device, and Windows will automatically install the driver from the previously launched disk. When the setup is complete, restart the computer and you can use the keyboard.


And if you have problems with the BIOS system, you will have to abandon the idea. Remove the keyboard with the usual cable, since the old motherboards do not support the USB adapter settings, and the driver for Windows itself is not included.

If you have been using a desktop computer for a long time, then after switching to a laptop you may notice that it is more convenient to use a separate keyboard than a built-in laptop. Experience shows that the inconvenience increases even more when the dimensions of laptops decrease, and at the same time there are new restrictions on typing. At the same time, it is necessary to sacrifice a digital block and some auxiliary keys, combining them with others.

If you find all these changes unacceptable and typing speed has decreased dramatically, then your choice should be a wireless keyboard. Together with it, you will get all the advantages of a standard-sized keyboard, but at the same time retaining mobility, thanks to a wireless interface. Next, we will show you how to connect a similar keyboard to a laptop.

Instruction

Radio keyboard

1. First, make sure your laptop is compatible with wireless technologies such as Bluetooth or RF (radio frequency). Purchase a wireless keyboard that supports the wireless interface found in your laptop.

2. Before connecting the keyboard, make sure that the keyboard and laptop radio modules are not closer than eight inches to sources of interference, such as computer monitor, processor, metal objects, electric fans, fluorescent lamps, and so on. At the same time, it is desirable to provide direct visibility between the connected devices, eliminating all sorts of obstacles.

3. Turn the keyboard back up and open the battery compartment. Install batteries in it. The need for autonomous power is due to the fact that the keyboard is not connected by cable to the computer. Check that the batteries are installed with the correct polarity.

4. Insert the driver on the CD supplied with the keyboard into the laptop's drive and, following the instructions, install the driver along with the control application.

5. Insert the nano-receiver (miniature transceiver) into the free USB port of the laptop. If you do not have a free port, use a USB hub to expand the number of ports.

6. After that, the laptop will start configuring the keyboard driver. Wait until the end of the process. At the end you will receive a message indicating that the keyboard is configured and ready for use.

7. Check the operation of the keyboard by opening the document and typing a test message, while using all the keyboard keys (numbers, letters, function keys ). Check the response to pressing "Caps Lock".

Bluetooth keyboard

1. If your laptop has a Bluetooth 2.0 wireless module, installation will be somewhat easier. Download the wireless keyboard driver to the system.

2. Activate the Bluetooth module by pressing a special button (see the manual for the laptop) and wait for the installation to complete. When you press the button (the indicator is active), your laptop will be able to connect to the keyboard.

3. Right-click on the keyboard icon on the desktop and select the “Pair the Device” wireless keyboard connection option. Follow the prompts until the keyboard is fully ready for use.

Conclusion

If the keyboard does not work, check for physical and radio interference on the path between the radio modules. Move electromagnetic sources away. If this does not help, refer to the problem solving section of the manual to the keyboard or to the manufacturer's support service.

In this article, I will show how to connect a keyboard and mouse to a computer or laptop using devices with a wireless interface via Bluetooth or wired, with PS / 2 and USB connectors. I'll tell you about all the features of the connection and explain how to do it without harming anything.

How to connect a keyboard and mouse with a USB interface

Such a connection is perhaps the simplest. And recently, the USB interface on keyboards and mice is common. In laptops and other laptops, this connection is predominantly.


USB interface

There is nothing difficult. Just take the wire from the mouse or keyboard and stick it into one of the free USB ports (the ones where you stick the flash drive). The computer can be left on.

After you connect the mouse or keyboard via USB, your operating system start installing drivers for the device (all this happens automatically, you do not need to do anything). And when the drivers are installed, a message about this will appear. Now you can enjoy.

How to connect a keyboard and mouse with PS / 2 interface

PS / 2 connectors are a bit outdated method of connecting keyboard and mouse, and even not at all modern motherboards there are such nests. Found on stationary PCs or old laptops. The PS / 2 mouse and keyboard are a round plug with six legs and a lock.


PS / 2 interface

PS / 2 connectors for keyboard and mouse of the same shape. Therefore, in order not to confuse what and where to connect, they are made different color . The mouse plug is usually green, it needs to be plugged into the green connector on the computer. At the keyboard, the plug is purple, its correspondingly in purple. Properly connect the device will help you lock - here it is presented in the form of a plastic leg. Everything should fall into place.

PS / 2 connectors on a computer are usually located in the back of the case.

When connecting the mouse and keyboard via PS / 2, be careful. First, do not confuse the colors of the jacks and connectors. Secondly, do not use force, do not push, otherwise you risk to crumple the legs, then they are difficult to straighten. Or even you can break them. Third, turn off the computer during this operation.

There are also combined nests of two colors. This means you can plug in a mouse and keyboard.

How to connect a keyboard and mouse with Bluetooth interface

If you need to connect a wireless keyboard or mouse, then you most likely come with a special Bluetooth module that plugs into USB. It is necessary to connect this module to the computer, and install a driver for it (or it will be installed automatically). After that you can use the device.


Wireless mouse and Bluetooth module

You can connect a wireless keyboard or mouse via the integrated Bluetooth module in your computer. To do this, you just need to ensure that they see each other in their radio field.