A wireless keyboard and mouse connect to a computer using either Bluetooth or a USB receiver. Here are the steps for connecting each of these:
- Turn on the Bluetooth feature on your computer. Usually, you can find this option in the settings or control panel.
- Make sure the Bluetooth feature is also enabled on your wireless keyboard and mouse. They might have a switch on the back or bottom to turn them on.
- Put the wireless keyboard and mouse into pairing mode. This can vary depending on the brand and model. Typically, you press and hold a specific button on the device until the LEDs start flashing or the device is discovered by your computer.
- On your computer, go to the Bluetooth settings and click on the option to add a new device.
- Your computer should search for available Bluetooth devices nearby. When it discovers your wireless keyboard and mouse, click on it to initiate the pairing process.
- Follow any prompts that appear on your computer screen to complete the pairing process.
- Once paired successfully, your wireless keyboard and mouse should start working with your computer.
- Insert the USB receiver into an available USB port on your computer.
- Make sure the wireless keyboard and mouse are turned on. They might have a switch on the back or bottom to turn them on.
- Your computer should automatically detect the USB receiver and install any necessary drivers.
- Once the drivers are installed, your wireless keyboard and mouse should start working with your computer. If not, you might need to press a specific button on the devices to establish a connection with the USB receiver.
Note: The exact steps may differ depending on the specific brand and model of your wireless keyboard and mouse. It is recommended to refer to the manufacturer's instructions for detailed information.