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HP TouchSmart 300
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I kept getting the Error message:  Low Battery Warning   Replace your wireless keyboard battery.  I replaced the batteries and kept getting the same error message.  I finally replaced the keyboard with a USB connected keyboard.  I took the batteries out of the wireless one.  However,I am still getting the same message.  I went to devices and deleted several keyboard drivers,but it did not solve the problem.

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Is that the original operating system installation?

 

You might consider going to a command line and running the system file checker. Operating systems do develope issues after extended periods of use.

 




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I recently upgraded to Windows 10.

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I tried the system scan and so far have not had the error message.  Will report back if it returns.  Thank you.

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Great!




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I spoke too soon.  The message has returned.

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I am also having this problem. HP Touchsmart 300 computer, previoussly a wireless keyboard with message "Low battery warning - Replace your keyboard battery" and a click box that says "Remind me later."

The message would not go away after replacing the batteries.

Today I threw out the keyboard and replaced it with a wired keyboard.

The message continues to appear, " Low battery warning - Replace your keyboard battery" even with a wired keyboard attached.

How do I get this persistent message to go away?
It began with Windows 7 and has persisted through an upgrade to Windows 10 that I did last week.

 

Any help will be appreciated. Thank you.

 

-- Fred28

 

 

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That is exactly my experience. 

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I deleted all keyboards exept the USB port connected one.  The Low Battery Warning still keeps popping up.  Any more suggestions?

 

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I have a Touchsmar 600 - 1155 and am experiencing the same problem since upgrading to Windows 10. The wireless keyboard low battery warning keeps popping up and I do not even have a wireless keyboard.   I have searched HP Solutions and nothing and no help from HP support on this at all....very annoying.

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