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Logitech Wireless keyboard alphabet keys wont work

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by jdanielsg, Dec 25, 2004.

  1. jdanielsg

    jdanielsg Member

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    My alphabet keys just stopped working i tried installing uninstalling etc I have no idea what to do next. I know its connected coz if i install the logitech software the other keys works except for the normal keyboard keys

    HELP pls
     
  2. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    are the batteries new or fully charged
     
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    i tried new batts too
     
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    try resetting both keyboard & receiver, if i am right there ia a tiny button on one or both. what does manual say for troubleshooting
     
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    yeah did everything I could possibly do..unless theres some secret out there I dunt know of
     
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    how old is keyboard, is it still under warranty. ran into problem with wireless keyboard when trying to load key# for winme, keyboard stopped working
     
  7. Ohjiro

    Ohjiro Guest

    I have a "old" logitech cordless keyboard and mouse.
    I had a problem with my mouse (batt. diddn't hold out for more than a week) and I mailed support and I got really good help from them with tips to find out what the problem was and stuff.....maybe something for you to try.

    having said that I would start looking at your keyboard settings (control panel => Keyboard)
    there is also the option of securing your keyboard (maybe that will work).

    BUT the first thing I would do is plug it on a different computer and try.
     

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