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Ellie_Claire
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Connect wireless keyboard and mouse to an alternative device

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HP Pavilion 24-k0133a PC

Hi Al, I’ve recently purchased the HP Pavillion 24 inch all in one PC which came with a wireless keyboard and mouse. I also have a HP work laptop which I would like to hook up to my new PC to use as a second monitor whilst I work from home. I’ve been able to achieve this through HDMI cable, however the keyboard and mouse do not work, I can only navigate through The keys and touchpad on the laptop. Is there anyway I can get the wireless keyboard and mouse from my PC to talk to the laptop so that I’m able to use it? The wireless keyboard and mouse does not have a receiver, and I’ve tried searching for them as a Bluetooth device from my laptop but I am unable to find them to connect. Thanks in advance

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@Ellie_Claire 

 

Looks like its receiver is inside the AIO machine. In that case, you can't connect keyboard and mouse to your laptop, your laptop needs SAME receiver which is impossible to find.

 

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BH
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