How to Install a Microsoft Wireless Laser Keyboard 6000 V2.0 on Vista

By Lucosi Fuller

The Microsoft Wireless Laser Keyboard 6000 v2.0 allows you to type on the move.
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The Microsoft Wireless Laser Keyboard 6000 V2.0 cleans up your desktop by eliminating the long cable from your old keyboard and it gives you the ability to work or play on your computer outside the confines of your desk. The keyboard software is easy as pie to install on a computer with a Windows Vista operating system. You'll have the keyboard set up in no time so you can type on the move.

Insert the Microsoft Wireless Laser Keyboard 6000 V2.0 software installation disc into the computer's disc drive. Allow the installation wizard to appear on-screen. If the installation wizard doesn't appear, click on "Computer" and then click on the disc drive to start the installation wizard manually.

Follow the instructions provided by the installation wizard to install the software on your computer. Once the software is installed, you can connect the hardware.

Turn the keyboard over and remove the battery compartment cover.

Insert two AA batteries into the compartment. Be sure to match the polarity signs on the batteries with the diagram inside the compartment.

Replace the battery compartment cover.

Connect the USB-compatible laser receiver to a USB port on the computer.

Press the button on the laser receiver and then press the button on the bottom of the keyboard to synchronize the two devices. Now the keyboard is ready for use.