08-12-2009 06:45 AM
Can somebody comment if the diNovo receiver from the "DiNovo keyboard for notebooks" will work with a VX Revolution wireless mouse?
Both seem to use 2.4Ghz receivers.
08-15-2009 05:15 PM
what connection utility do you mean? this one?
I am getting the "please connect your logitech cordless mouse mini receiver in a usb port and restart this program" message
08-19-2009 07:56 PM - edited 08-19-2009 07:59 PM
Anyone can offer some help on consolidating the following logitech keyboards and mice?
DiNovo for Notebook, with VX Revolution (2007), VX Nano (2007), or MX Revolution
DiNovo for Mac with VX Revolution (2007), VX Nano (2007), or MX Revolution
Now I wished I had waited for the universal USB receivers. I would like to conserve the USB to just 1. If not, I'd have to get a USB hub
I've tried the suggestions on this thread, but nothing worked for me! :-( I am hoping for the consolidation to work for both MAC and PC. Mac is using Leopard 10.5.7 (PowerBook and MacBook), and PC - XP (Work ;-))
08-20-2009 09:30 AM - edited 08-20-2009 09:31 AM
Yes, that is the correct Logitech Connect Utility.
However, as the Logitech staff noted, not all mice / keyboards are compatible with each other's USB receivers. Which in my mind is a big over-sight on their part. Looks like they are starting to take notice with their new universal usb receivers and compatible keyboard / mice.
What I found was that my diNova Keyboard is incapable of connecting to my logitech mouse' mini usb receiver; however, the logitech mouse was capable of being paired with the diNova keyboard's USB reciever. So I use the larger USB receiver that came with the keyboard, launch the Connect Utility, and turn on the mouse to register it with that receiver. Once done both mouse and keyboard connect over the single usb receiver.
If this does not work for you, then the two are not compatible. According to Logitech, in such case, there is no work around.
11-27-2009 08:43 PM
I did this with my diNovo for Notebooks keyboard and my VX Nano mouse, but It gave me problems with when I moved my computer and only wanted to use the mouse without the larger receiver. So I re-connected the mouse to the nano receiver, but now every computer I plug in my keyboard's receiver sees a mouse that doesn't work. If I plug in the Nano receiver too, then I get two mice, one works, the other doesn't, and neither saves their settings in setpoint. Is there a way to reverse this process, such as disassociate the mouse from the keyboard receiver?