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Problem Printer not recognized

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by durkinjt, Dec 9, 2015.

  1. durkinjt

    durkinjt Regular member

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    I am trying to install my Logitech 350 keyboard /mouse I had in the garage, worked on all my computers, now I tried to install it, and none of my computers will recognize the unifier. Funny thing is I have one of my computers hooked to the same printer and it works, the one I am trying to install does not work with the unifier from the other printer either. Any ideas appreciated. T.I.A.
     
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    are you having problem with keyboard\mouse, unifier or printer? what is an unifier?
     
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    Thanks for the reply. Sorry ,the unifier is the network adapter for the keyboard/mouse signal. Logitech refers to it as the unifier
     
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    so which part are you having the problem with?
     
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    OOPs Meant keyboard/mouse, not printer. Sorry.
     
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    so that unifier is the transceiver for the mouse & keyboard, correct? is it smaller then a flashdrive or is it shaped like a wired usb mouse?
     
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    Looks like a small SDHC memory card installs to a USB connection
     

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