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• USB port (for the USB receiver) • Microsoft Windows 10/8/7/XP/Vista/Server 2003/Server 2008/Server 2012,Linux 6.x, Ubuntu, Neokylin, Free DOS, Chrome and Android Contents of the Box Dell KM636 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Quick Start Guide Wireless Keyboard Wireless Mouse USB Receiver...
Identifying Parts and Controls (Keyboard Features) Top View Mute Toggle Fn-key lock Sleep Decrease volume Search Increase volume Print Screen Play previous track/chapter Scroll Lock Play/Pause Pause Break Play next track/chapter Locking/Unlocking the Function Keys The function keys provide convenient, secondary functions. These functions are marked in blue on the function keys and are listed in the table above.
Battery compartment – The battery compartment holds two AAA batteries to power the keyboard. Palm rest attachment slots – Attach the Dell keyboard palm rest PR216 to the keyboard by inserting the two latches on the palm rest into these two slots.
Identifying Parts and Controls (Mouse Features) Top View Left button Right button Middle / Scroll button Battery status light NOTE: Blinking amber indicates that the battery level is low. Replace the battery. │ Identifying Parts and Controls (Mouse Features)
1. Install the two AAA batteries in your keyboard. 2. Install the AA battery in your mouse. 3. Connect the USB receiver to the computer. If your keyboard or mouse is not working, see the Troubleshooting section. │ Setting Up Your Wireless Keyboard and Mouse...
1. Download and install the unifying software in your system. If the Unifying software is not installed on your Windows system, it can be downloaded from dell.com/support/unifying. Chrome book users can download the Unifying application from the Chrome web store. Follow the installation instructions on the download page to install and run the downloaded file.
b) At the bottom of the Welcome screen, click Next. c) When you see the “Restart the device…” screen, follow the on-screen instructions to turn your device off and then back on. │ Unifying Pairing Features for Windows and Chrome...
d) When your device is detected, you’ll see a confirmation screen opens. If you connected a: • Keyboard: Type a test message in the field provided to make sure it works. • Mouse: Move the mouse around to see if the cursor moves with it. e) If your device connected successfully, click Yes and then Next.
Increasing the Battery Life of Your Mouse The mouse has three operating modes built in to conserve battery power: 1. Sleep mode: When the mouse has been inactive for 5 seconds. To wake the mouse: Move or click. 2. Deep sleep mode: When the mouse has been inactive for 5 minutes. To wake the mouse: Move or click.
Troubleshooting Common Symptoms The following table contains information about common issues you might encounter and the possible solutions. Common What You Possible Solutions Symptoms Experience Unable to use the No response 1. Check if the batteries are keyboard when operating inserted in the correct your keyboard orientation.
Keyboard Specifications General Model Number WK636 Connection Type 2.4 GHz wireless technology Supported Operating Systems Microsoft Windows 10/8/7/XP/Vista/Server 2003/Server 2008/Server 2012 Linux 6.x, Ubuntu, Neokylin, Free DOS, Chrome and Android Key Mechanism Plunger Electrical Operating Voltage 2.05V to 3.2V Battery Required AAA Alkaline (2) Physical Characteristics Height...
Mouse Specifications General Model Number WM116 Connection Type 2.4 GHz wireless technology Supported Operating Systems Microsoft Windows 10/8/7/XP/Vista/Server 2003/Server 2008/Server 2012 Linux 6.x, Ubuntu, Neokylin, Free DOS, Chrome and Android Electrical Operating Voltage 0.95 V to 1.8 V Battery Required One AA Alkaline Physical Characteristics Height...
Dell system, it will follow the system warranty. For U.S. customers: This purchase and your use of this product are subject to Dell’s end user agreement, which you can find at www.dell.com/terms. This document contains a binding arbitration clause.
Regulatory Keyboard Regulatory Model: WK636 Mouse Regulatory Model: WM116 Dongle Regulatory Model: C-U0007 Regulatory Information These devices comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation of the devices is subject to the following two conditions : a) The devices may not cause harmful interference, and b) The devices must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation.
Certifications Microsoft WHQL Logo The Dell KM636 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse have passed WHQL logo testing by Microsoft Windows Hardware Quality Labs. WHQL Logo is a certification scheme operated by Microsoft Windows Hardware Quality Labs. In this case it ensures that hardware is compatible with Microsoft Operating Systems.