03-11-2010 04:18 AM
I have usability issue with this keyboard.
HP Wireless Elite keyboards works until you stop typing and when left for about 5 min of inactivity, the blue light on receiver turns off and you cannot access keyboard anymore.
Unplugging/replugging receiver don't work and neither pressing "connect" button underneath the keyboard.
Just removing batteries can help - but one cannot do that every time you want to type on keyboard!
The same happens with HP drivers (v 18.104.22.168) as well as with Microsoft drivers.
Tried on 2 different computers, plugged in many differend USB ports on two different systems - Windows 7 x64 and on Windows XP SP3 x32.
Can someone help me with this? I tried so many things and none can stop this keyboard not to turn off and stay that way.
02-14-2011 11:11 AM
I see these posts date back to December 2010. It's February 2011 and I see no one from HP has a fix for this yet. Anyone know how to get this keyboard to work?
03-08-2011 04:19 PM
I cannot get a battery icon or indication in the program filges. I have changed the batteries and rebooted and reinstalled.
Please contact me when an answer arrives.
05-20-2012 12:52 AM
I'm having the same problem. After a few months of inactivity on my keyboard. (Stored away in my closet) I reconnected, reinstalled the driver listed on this site, and reinserted new batteries. I get a signal from the Flash once its connected. It stays blue momentarily as it boots up. Indicated by the ballon pop-up on the lower-right corner of my laptop monitor. What seems to be the problem here and what can I do to have this running again?!
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