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Delaying the inevitable
#11
LOL

nah, I got 2 horse barns and a goat shed to handle right now while I do the house and garage.

I hate to say your barn and shed are on their own Sad heehee

good thing is us farmer types take it all and reuse, repurpose for the livestock etc....so I can easily give a lot of the barn items away and find homes easily, it is the house junk no one wants!
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#12
Well the BT keyboard started acting up again, and then the letter E failed, and more DeOxit and new batteries did nothing, and the keyboard mysteriously found itself broken in half over my thigh, as that would insure no more time wasted in trying to repair it.

So the delay to the landfill was a short respite. I bought a Logitech BT keyboard for 20$ that comes with a new mouse.

Took a while for it to load all the drivers but it works nicely and I like the key action more than the failed keyboard.
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#13
I'm still using my Microsoft Elite keyboard for bluetooth and matching mouse from 2003. I am beginning to think it is going to outlast me. The best feeling and functioning mouse I have ever used.
Brian

2000 Roadtrek 200 Versatile "The Beast" (it has been tamed hopefully)  I feed it and it doesn't bite me.   Angel
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#14
My first BT mouse is a logitech and still works nicely, but the BT dell keyboard my dad gave me came with its own mouse so i was using that instead opf having 2 USB receivers in teh side ports.

Now I have 3 perfectly functioning mouses.

All work well. kind of lost my laptop touchpad skills since.
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#15
I now carry a travel mouse for my laptop but rarely use it. The touchpad is nice but. Sometimes I have to really poke it for the click and other times the cursor goes where I don't want it to. I guess I am saying sometimes it is sensitive and other times it is not (kinda like its' owner LOL)
Brian

2000 Roadtrek 200 Versatile "The Beast" (it has been tamed hopefully)  I feed it and it doesn't bite me.   Angel
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