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Connecting a German language QWERTZ keyboard to my laptop

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I purchased a German language QWERTZ keyboard online a few years ago, stuck it in a closet and forgot about it.  I just pulled it out and Iäm attempting to connect it to my Pavilion x360.  I know that it is wireless and I assume that it is bluetooth enabled as well.  It does operate with two AA batteries and it has a small "connect" button on the bottom underneath the keyboard. I don't know what to look for in my settings however to connect it with my laptop.  Am I missing a somethingIMG_1286.jpgIMG_1287.jpg, is it not bluetooth?

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I have gone through your Post and would like to help

 

Did you get any receiver  dongle along with the Keyboard?

 

Please provide me the Keyboard Model to confirm if it's Wireless or Bluetooth

 

Thank you

 

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According to the label on the underside of the keyboard the miodel number is KG-0133.  I received only the keyboard itself in the box.  No parts or attachments came along with it.

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@justin_kailer Here's all you need to know about connecting wireless keyboard to the device: click here for details,

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Only the keyboard came it the package.  I do not have a USB receiver for this keyboard.  Can I purchase one separately?

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@justin_kailer

 

I checked the specifications of the keyboard and see that it is a Bluetooth keyboard. Follow the steps in the below article to connect the keyboard to the computer.

 

NOTE: the keyboard listed in the article is different however, the steps are the same to connect the keyboard.

 

https://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c03943499

 

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I see the battery compartment and the pairing button, however there does not seem to be a power button (at least not one I can easily located)?

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@justin_kailer

 

If there is no power button then just press the connect button and see if you can pair the keyboard with the computer.

 

Let me know how it goes.

 

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