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Welcome to the Logitech Online User Discussion Forum
First I would like to thank you for choosing Logitech keyboard/mouse as your desktop unit. From your post, I see that you have a question on why the some keys are not working.
May I know whether have you managed to source out any fixes to get it to work? Perhaps you may want to reset the receiver to clear the memories from the receiver where it could be holding the previous values.
1. Re plug in the receiver to USB port (please use one connection at a time, either USB or PS2)
2. Press and hold the connect button for 10secs on the receiver to reset
3. Upon reset, reconnect the receiver and the mouse
Title: Cordless keyboard or mouse does not connect
Please do let me know if the issue still persists so that I could offer further assistance if needed.
08-28-2008 11:02 AM
11-06-2009 01:19 AM
I have Windows 7--I have the 1500 Cordless Internet desk set--the mouse works fine--and the function keys of the keyboard work fine as do the email, music and other function buttons--but I cannot type with the keyboard..
What is going wrong and what can I do to get the number and letter keys to function as they should??
11-06-2009 11:55 AM - edited 11-06-2009 12:05 PM
I am having this same issue.
The problem isnt that the keyboard isnt connected, because it is connected to the receiver (otherwise the calculator and other hot keys wouldnt work either). The problem is that the regular QWERTY keys are unresponsive. The Number pad is suffering the same fate, unresponsive.
I can press the PC key and up pops a message saying that the connection with my keyboard is good. However still getting unresponsive keys on the keyboard. The keyboard did work properly right when I plugged in the receiver for the first time. However a few minutes after that, it stopped working.
I am running Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. Not sure if this has anything to do with it, but I am also running a Logitech LX8 wireless mouse, which is working absolutely perfect, and was installed shortly after the keyboard was. If this doesnt get resolved in a day or so, Im taking the keyboard back to the store.
EDIT: My keyboard in question is a Logitech MK300.
11-07-2009 05:53 PM
I fixed my probllem on my own. After looking at the current product line--I realized that the set I bouught was a few years old, from 2007. I found a software update for the model of keyboard and mouse for Windows 7--I downloaded the updated software and eazy, peazy---the problem was taken care of---I suggest you try the same thing for your keyboard.