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Keyboard My keyboard does not respond when I attempt to type. Nothing typed into the keyboard shows on screen.

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Starts up. Password required but keyboard not typing correctly. Blue tooth keyboard not recognized.


The most likely cause is that the keyboard needs a new battery in it, inserted on the underside. After that it may be that the small keyboard comms dongle in a USB port is not making proper contact. Pull that out and insert it a few times.
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The keyboard shows a connection but nothing happens on screen.


Delete device. reinstall. There may be a setting in the device manager that lets you use only one input method. So if the original keyboard will over ride? All this guess work would be eliminated if you give the os pc specs. If it's an external keyboard on a desktop then you may need to disconnect it? A laptop lets you use more than one input keyboard or wifi mini etc.

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try with typign the dots in other place like word or notepad and see it it typing or not if it is not then you need to replce the keyboard or if you want to use it the dots button you can use on screen keyboard by typing OSK in run window it will show you on screen keyboard . you can use that .

Have a nice day and do not forget to rate please...!

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plug the keyboard, reboot the computer, while rebooting type randomly on the keyboard while unplugged , when the pc returns to windows screen plug in the keyboard. allow it to enumerate then try the keyboard again.

if it is still not working get your invoice ready and call logitech for replacement.

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If BIOS menu has User password set then nothing will work until you type in the password. The keyboard will appear not to be working until correct pwd is typed. Try entering your password like this
pwd1<Enter> pwd2<Enter> pwd3<Enter>
where pwd1 is your guess at the password and <Enter> is when you press the <Enter> key on keyboard.

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