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Dilovestoshop
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How to connect my premium HP wireless keyboard without the USB link 5 micro receiver

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Does anyone know if I can either use the premium HP keyboard without the usb link 5 micro receiver which I accidentally threw away!  or how can I replace it as I have a brand new useless keyboard it would seem... the matching mouse connects easily on bluetooth without any usb device neeeded ... can anyone help please 

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Basically -- no.  Wireless keyboards requires those receivers and the only place I know that sells receivers is Logitech -- and those probably will not work with HP keyboards.

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Thank you.  I still have the USB link 5 for the matching mouse but the keyboard doesnt seem to even work trying to find that.. the blue tooth flashes on the keyboard as if it is trying to find something.   For some reason I had thought all HP devices could work from just having one HP usb link 5 micro receiver so I was hoping it could use the one for the matching mouse.. such a shame as these little things are so easy to lose… i wont make that mistake again though when unpacking this as it renders an expensive premium spectre HP keyboard useless 

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