04-07-2011 10:09 PM
So I've had my HP wireless mouse and keyboard (and computer) for about 8-9 months, and today I lost the receiver/dongle for the keyboard mouse combo. Is there anyway I could get/buy a replacement for that little thing instead of having to get a whole new keyboard and mouse because I lost the receiver?
04-08-2011 12:52 AM
If you have part# for Wireless keyboard and Mouse Combo, probably you can check if you can order just the reciever from below website.
I am an HP employee!!
11-22-2013 05:17 AM
i have hp wireless keyboard and mouse
Product No.: LV290AA#ACJ
Yesterday i lost usb receiver of this
I want Usb receiver PLease anyone tell me where i can buy receiver??
01-23-2014 01:40 PM
my p/n lv290aa quit working today .....have an extra one ... same model......and that won't work either.....
Have changed the batteries to no avail.....too receiver out and reinserted...nothing. Rebooted compuiter....
Really can't think of anything else to do....
Anyone have any suggestions???
03-16-2015 01:27 PM
My 2 year old C6000 receiver just died... I'd like to buy a replacement but this link -> http://partsurfer.hp.com/search.aspx simply tells me that no parts are available for my keyboard. It was top of his class at the time... now it's just obsolete?
02-18-2016 01:53 AM
Just as i thought, HP could not care less about sustainability, and many people across the world who have lost the riduculously small receiver dongle, still have to buy a whole mouse/keyboard package yet again, when they, like me, probably already have at least two or three mouse/keyboards, now redundant!! Thanks for nothing HP; part surfer is as useless as this pointless forum, which has taken weeks, and continually failed to resolve the trails of post mails. The design of the dongle is too small; if made larger with rubber grip, it would very likely not be lost. A simple suggestion? it would save large customer dissatisfaction; meantime, as gesture of goodwill, how about some free dongles for all who are missing them!!
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