Crazy keyboard problem


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Each time I boot the computer I must tell Windows what language my keyboard is set for. I then tell it English/USA and then I can log in. Within the next 5 minutes I will have to do this again. For some reason the system does not remember what I am using. How can I set the keyboard language and perm it in Windows? TIA.
 
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My question would be, what is the connection between the mouse and computer, USB WIred, USB Wireless? Or the older PS/2? If either type USB have you checked your Power Options that the USB ports are not being turned off by Windows [to save power]?
 
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My question would be, what is the connection between the mouse and computer, USB WIred, USB Wireless? Or the older PS/2? If either type USB have you checked your Power Options that the USB ports are not being turned off by Windows [to save power]?
The desktop is an HP. I bought it earlier this month. The keyboard and mouse are wireless and were packed in with the new computer. Thanks for the very prompt response.
 
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Since it's new another question arises, is the Wireless using a 'nano-transceiver' plugged into a USB port or is it possibly Bluetooth [a short-range type of wireless]? I use Bluetooth mice on Notebooks that have Bluetooth as part of the Wireless/Wi-Fi adapter and do see some similar issues at times but mostly with hesitations. Also, I've seen small issues with having USB 2.0 devices plugged into USB 3.0 ports even though USB 3.0 is supposed to be backward compatible with USB 2.0. For a visual identity the center 'thingy' on USB 3.0 ports is usually blue and USB 2.0 ports being black.
 
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Since it's new another question arises, is the Wireless using a 'nano-transceiver' plugged into a USB port or is it possibly Bluetooth [a short-range type of wireless]? I use Bluetooth mice on Notebooks that have Bluetooth as part of the Wireless/Wi-Fi adapter and do see some similar issues at times but mostly with hesitations. Also, I've seen small issues with having USB 2.0 devices plugged into USB 3.0 ports even though USB 3.0 is supposed to be backward compatible with USB 2.0. For a visual identity the center 'thingy' on USB 3.0 ports is usually blue and USB 2.0 ports being black.
WoW !! You're good. I would never have remembered the nano-transceiver that I installed when connecting all of the wires and cables. So, I removed it from the rear of the tower and it's now connected in the front USB port. If this is correct, should I have to do anything else or just use it and see what happens?
 
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WoW !! You're good. I would never have remembered the nano-transceiver that I installed when connecting all of the wires and cables. So, I removed it from the rear of the tower and it's now connected in the front USB port. If this is correct, should I have to do anything else or just use it and see what happens?
 
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