Keyboard and mouse problems. Gigabyte GB-AEBN

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Keyboard and mouse problems

Symptom

Keyboard or mouse commands are not recognized by the computer.

I cannot type numbers using the numeric keypad.

Possible Solution

• If you are using a wired keyboard or mouse, check the cable connection between the unit and your computer.

• If you are using a wireless keyboard or mouse, check the following items.

• Ensure the USB receiver is properly connected to the computer, and the keyboard or mouse is within its range.

• If your keyboard or mouse has a power button, turn it on.

• Press the Connect button on the keyboard or mouse to rebuild the connection between the unit and your computer.

• Try replacing the batteries in the wireless keyboard or mouse.

• Restarting the system to detect the wireless connection again

• Check if the Num Lock indicator on your keyboard is on.

• If the Num Lock indicator is off, that means the numeric keypad is not activated. Press the <Num Lock> key to activate the numeric keypad.

The cursor moves slowly and does not respond to the move-ment of the mouse.

The cursor moves too fast or too slow.

• If you are using a traditional mouse, check the following items:

• Use a mouse pad or other rough surface under the mouse.

• Clean the mouse. Remove the mouse compartment cover and ball from the mouse and carefully wipe the mouse ball with a moistened cloth or scrap the rollers with a piece of firm paper to remove any dirt. Then leave the mouse ball for a while to dry out before reassembling the mouse.

• If you are using an optical mouse (either wired or wireless), refer the following items.

• Use a mouse pad or white sheet of paper under the mouse.

• Clean the mouse by gently wiping the light sensor lens on the bottom of the mouse with a lint-free cloth.

• You may configure the cursor speed to meet your personal preferences.

• Click Start > Control Panel > Mouse to open the Mouse Properties dialog box.

Click Pointer Options tab and drag the Motion slider toward Slow or

Fast to adjust the speed at which the cursor responds to mouse movement.

When done, click OK to finish the configuration.

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