Yes, and they still don't work together but that would be a great tip for anyone searching for the answer to the same problem and they come across this.Cloudcentric wrote:Have you tried using a USB Mains Power Hub attached to the Pi, overload on USB can be an issue..
I just did that and found the keyboard but not the mouse because I am not sure who the make is. Like I say, they work perfectly alright separately it is just when I put them both on together that they don't work.Jim JKla wrote:Have you checked them on the verified periferals list here http://elinux.org/RPi_VerifiedPeripherals
My keyboard is wired, mouse is wireless, does this make a difference?penguintutor wrote:That sounds very similar to a problem I had - which turned out to be power related.
Are you are connecting to a powered USB hub - you are unlikely to get them working together without one if they are both wireless. Also worth checking you have nothing else on the hub.
In my case although I connected both into a USB hub the hub was not capable of powering them both at the same time. I swapped for a different USB hub and everything now works fine. Worth trying a new hub and connecting both to the hub.
So how do I fix it?Jim JKla wrote:Any device you plug into your USB has to either draw power or feed power if it does not feed power it draws.
Your wired keyboard probably draws very little unless it has another integeral device like a USB hub. However your wireless mouse has a transmiter and that needs a bit of Ooomph!
I fixed mine by getting a better USB hub. It doesn't necessarily mean getting a more expensive hub (in fact I swapped to a very old budget hub - bought when USB 2 was quite a new thing), although cheaper ones do tend to have a less powerful power supply.So how do I fix it?
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