I'm running Windows Vista, recently lost the keyboard connection. Mouse connection is fine. Device mgr. recognizes keyboard and says it's running properly. However, no can type. Followed the few on-line guides offered by Logitch. Completely uninstalled and reninstalled Logitech. Took the batteries out and type for 2 minutes and that whole dance. Nothing. Anyone out there able to solve the problem of reconnecting their wireless keyboard?
I have the Log. Comfort Duo, pretty basic wifeless model. Not a techy. Any help in layperson speak is appreciated.
my machine was running nicely without setpoint installed using vista's inbuilt ability to use the Desktop MX for Bluetooth that I have... but i wanted the green volume bars on the screen and the programmable buttons on the keyboard. so i installed setpoint 3.3 and the mouse worked a treat. Nothing on this earth will get the keyboard working, so out comes this old ps/2 backup. kind of matches the ps/2 mouse i also have attaced as the bluetooth usb hub kind of forgets to wake up once the pc re-awakens from a sleep/hibernate.
funny thing is i use both my wireless keyboard and my oldie ps2 aswell my ps2 keyboard i use for gaming and my wireless everything else i find i get a quicker reaction time out of my wired ps2 keyboard