11-29-2011 05:43 AM
Amazing! the mumbo jumbo worked! I decided to try it on a 2nd EX 100, this time without the removing the battery or any of the keyboard sequences. I just pressed the button on the receiver and then pressed the button on the keyboard. And it worked. Ditto for the mouse (press the button on the receiver and then on the mouse) and it worked. It looks like the key is to press the buttons and not hold them down. Also the correct sequence is to press the button on the receiver first before pressing the button on either the keyboard or mouse.
08-06-2013 11:07 AM
I created an account here on the forums just to say that this solution actually works! I had bought another keyboard, but I like the Logitech layout above the arrow keys for the game I play, however, several number/letter keys are broken. By using this solution to fix the Logitech, I can now use both keyboards at once, one for the game controls, and one for typing in the game. Awesome!
09-12-2013 07:58 PM
I did all that crap people said to do and even changed my batteries and nothing worked. Finally I sat and thought that it can't be the sequence of buttons pressed but HOW they are pressed. So all I did was barely gently tap the connect button on the receiver then barely, gently tapped the connect button on the back of the keyboard- instant connection!! Not saying the long sequence of events people wrote about doesn't work but it doesn't make sense to have to do all that when you sit down and think about it. Now I can continue to work with my laptop connected to my TV using ArcMap!! Woohoo for wireless technology!