07-09-2009 12:08 AM - edited 07-09-2009 12:18 AM
I'm about to throw this thing through the window...
I bought it a few months ago, and I don't recall having any trouble at first. I stopped using it (because I stopped using my laptop for a time), and the batteries ran down. After replacing them, I'm getting sporadic (but frequent enough to warrant said throwing) episodes of keystrokes 'sticking'...
For example, as I type this post and make mistakes, I instinctively hit the backspace a few times, only to watch as half my sentence disappears.
Even combination keystrokes, like CTRL-Tab in Firefox will send me zipping through my open tabs.
At first I thought it was the new batteries I was using, as they were cheap $5-for-2-dozen jobs, but a set of Maxell's from another remote still frequently render this keyboard more trouble than it's worth... I've tried different USB ports, plugged/unplugged base unit.. I just can't get it to be stable.
Considering I'm sitting no more than 3 feet from the receiving unit, I can't imagine it's radio interference, but I'm willing to accept anything at this point, as long as there's a fix.
07-15-2009 12:34 AM
This is primarily a user-to-user community. If you require assistance from an official Logitech employee, I suggest contacting customer service via telephone or email.
You can find their contact information in a link to the right of the main support page.