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I need to install a new Logitech wireless keyboard to one computer and a Microsoft wireless keyboard to another computer. HOw do I do this without the install disk?

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    A Womans Computer Man May 11, 2010

    compelling questions...those are maybe accessible from their respective websites..try that..

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Try and plug it in anyway.Windows have lots of drivers pre installed in the O.S. so you might find it will load without a disc. If not you may need another comp and download the drivers from logitech or where ever, and burn to a disc to load on yours. good luck JLS

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