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I tried connecting an older keyboard that one does not work either.

Dell: Press F10, Fn+F10, Fn+F6, Fn+F5, or Fn+Right Arrow keys. This refreshes your display connection and may get your display going again.

Select Settings > System > Power & battery.

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Click View and select Show Hidden Devices. 1. #7.

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. Now turn off your keyboard and turn it back on again. Right-click (or command-click) on the keyboard and select Forget.

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Click Keyboard.

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Learn how to fix keyboard not lighting up by following these steps to resolve issues for when a backlit keyboard is not. #1.

I tried connecting an older keyboard that one does not work either. When you log back.

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After completion it should try to automatically boot 2 or 3 times.
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Now turn off your keyboard and turn it back on again.

1) stand (or kneel) behind the computer.

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. JuicyBoi said: They both dont work. Windows should detect things again. The first thing to do, press the FN + Spacebar to turn the backlighting ON or OFF. Right-click (or command-click) on the keyboard and select Forget. Now turn off your keyboard and turn it back on again.

On the Power & battery screen, select Screen and sleep.

if it doesn’t show up you. Run.

For Mac users, press the F5 to reduce or dim lighting or Fn+F5 for Windows users.

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Press and hold the Fn key and press the Right Arrow key.

Your keyboard has a life cycle usually 2 million key strokes.