How to Connect a Wireless Keyboard to a Windows PC Without a USB Receiver

If you lose or damage your USB receiver for your wireless keyboard, don’t worry – there are still ways to connect it to your PC or laptop. Some wireless keyboards have USB Type-C or micro USB ports that can be used to connect them directly. If your keyboard doesn’t have this feature, you can connect it using Bluetooth or a universal receiver. To connect via Bluetooth, turn on pairing mode on your keyboard and enable Bluetooth on your computer. If you have a Logitech Unifying Receiver, you can use it to connect up to six devices at once. Download the Logitech Unifying software, plug in the receiver, and follow the instructions to pair your keyboard. If you have a Dell Universal Pairing Receiver, you can use the Dell Universal Receiver Control Panel software to connect your keyboard without the original USB receiver.

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