Belkin Keyboard Instructions


Belkin's wireless keyboard lets you type without wires getting in the way. The keyboard has pre-programmed hot keys that allow you to open your web browser or email account with a single touch of a button. The Belkin wireless keyboard works with all PCs running Windows XP, Me, 2000, 98 SE or a Mac operating system that's 9.x or higher. Once connected, the keyboard needs to be synchronized to work with your computer.

Things You'll Need

  • Two AA batteries
  • Plug the purple receiver into the back of your computer's PS/2 port. Some computers have a matching color scheme for wires. (Purple indicates the keyboard connection.)

  • Turn the keyboard over and install two AA batteries; then turn on your computer. The computer may start scanning for a newly added device.

  • Turn over the keyboard and press the "Synchronization" button. Press the "Connect" button on the top of the round silver receiver. You have 10 seconds to press both buttons.

  • Wait for the synchronization process to end. It may take a minute or two to complete. Repeat the steps if the keyboard does not work with the computer.

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