08-19-2011 02:07 PM - edited 08-19-2011 02:07 PM
This issue may be caused by loss of communication with the Logitech Unifying USB receiver. If you have not already please install the setpoint software for your mouse and keyboard set from our website http://www.logitech.com/en-us/433/7305?section=dow
After installing the software, please follow these steps to run the logitech unifying connection utility.
Click on Start > programs > logitech > unifying > Unifying software
Follow the prompts in the on screen connection utility to re-pair your mouse and keyboard.
12-15-2012 10:21 AM
How do I load the software to a PS3 ... and would it be 32 or 64 bits. Also my keyboard as an install spot next to the batteries and I'm not sure what goes there? What do I place in the USB of my PS3 to communicate w/K520?
12-20-2012 03:00 PM
The Logitech Wireless Combo MK520 is not compatible with game consoles, please check out the following link:
On this link under Specifications, you'll find the System Requirements for this combo, this keyboard is designed to work with computers (desktop and laptop).
01-04-2013 09:30 AM
In order for your MK520 Keyboard to work, please check out the following FAQ:
In this case, follow the steps related to the keyboard only and please let me know if the issue gets resolve.
04-15-2015 04:45 AM
04-25-2015 04:25 PM
What kind of crappy answer is this from logitech.
The solution link you provide does not work. Customers tell you it is not working and still no resolution from your side. This is pathetic.
04-26-2015 12:45 AM - edited 04-26-2015 12:45 AM
Are you joking ?
I went to Darty and bought also this combo for a new PC using Windows 8.1 Pro
Installation is very simple and straighforward, connecting the USB transmitter is faster than simply opening the box.
Windows installs it immediately.
SetPoint is running without any problem.
when everything was installed, all was OK but
-----> the mouse had no wheel
I went back to the shop and they exchanged the combo for a new one.
Back home, the result was the same
The mouse has no wheel, or better said, the wheel of the mouse is not managed by your software.
I had to go to the shop again and they took the ccombe bak, and I got my money back.
In beetween, I posted her on your site and nobody dared to give me any answer.
All you are responding here is just official communication from Logitech, you are paid for that.
But I bet my 2 cents you never saw this Wireless combo.
Please instead of copying and pasting prepared answers, make a test with a standard PC running an official release of windows and just try using the mousewheel.
Just try !
I'm in noways an it rooky. I developped system software before the first IBM PC arrived on the market. Since that i have been envolved in System and Network archtectures, with many kind of systems, Unix, VOS and Windows.
I'm pretty sure that :
your software is not properly working
The wireless combo mk520 is not correctly managed by Logitech's software