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Checking a bad keyboard or mouse

Checking a bad keyboard or mouse: Help Yourself: Tech Tips Weekly
Checking a bad keyboard or mouse: Help Yourself: Tech Tips Weekly

Dan Gookin discusses how to resolve bad input device issues. To confirm that the problem is with the keyboard or mouse, swap out the device with one that works. For wireless input devices, check the battery. On a laptop it sometimes helps to use the touchpad or touchscreen to rouse a sleeping mouse. Replacement input devices are better than those that come with the computer.

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Skill Level Beginner
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