11-07-2011 01:05 PM - edited 11-07-2011 01:06 PM
I've tried every available fix posted on these forums, none of which resolved my issue.
I used to have a G15 keyboard. On that keyboard, the Media Keys stopped working along with the Media Display after upgrading to Logitech Gaming Software 8.0. After a long support ticket, during which nothing was fixed, I decided to go for a G19 instead.
On my G19, a new issue arose. In my list of LCD applets, I have 2 things ticked; Logitech Media Display and Logitech Clock. Opening my "Change to program" list, only the clock is shown. Opening the Windows Task Manager, I can see the "LCDMedia.exe *32" process running. I've tried closing it, un-ticking it in the LCD Manager, then re-ticking it, watch it pop up on the Task Manager, but not showing up on the LCD screen. I've tried closing it and running it as Administrator, same result. I've tried various kind of work-arounds suggested on these forums, same result. No matter what I attempt, I simply cannot get the Logitech Media Display to show on my LCD screen. On the bright side though, my Media Keys are now working - 'cept I can't see any info on my keyboard about it.
Running on Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 - 64 bit
And yes, HID devices are enabled and set to start automatically
11-14-2011 08:36 AM
Are you still running Logitech Gaming software 8.0 or a different version?
11-15-2011 01:03 PM
Ensure that the path in the LCD manager on the programs screen matches what it should. I have had issues where a program has been updated and its path has changed - the LCD manager happily waits for a program to run from the old location, which of course never happens.