Hello question about logitech mx 5000 keyboard bluetooth
Excuse my english i am a french person , the child of one of my girlfriend have touch some touch on his logitech mx 5000 blurtooth keyboard , and nothing at all is correct . she have to reinstall all , but don't know how to do ! do you have something to email me please that we can look to make it work like it was before or better please ? thank you very much , my email adressis : email@example.com
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The MX 5000 and diNovo Media Laser utilize the Adjust Time/Date function on your PC's clock to set the keyboard's LCD display. In order for the PC's clock to synchronize with the LCD display, the SetPoint for Bluetooth software is required to be installed and enabled. Once you have installed SetPoint for Bluetooth, the LCD display will automatically sync with the system's clock. Solution
If your LCD is not displaying the date and time and SetPoint for Bluetooth is not installed:
HELLO, ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS TO DOWN LOAD THE SOFT WARE THEN PLUG IN THE USB AND AFTER THAT ON YOUR RECIEVER CLICK THE CONNECT BUTTON ON THE RECIEVER TILL IT RECONIZES BOTH KEY BOARD AND MOUSE I HAVE THE LOGITECH WIRELESS SYSTEM AND I LOVE IT TILL THE BATTERIES GO OUT ON THE MOUSE OR KEY BOARD LOL THEN RESTART YOUR COMPUTER.
Its not the keyboard fault but your operating system. I'm going to assume you live in Canada and when you had setup the computer for the first time you had selected Canada has country you live in instead of the United States (default) If you notice on your desktop or taskbar there will be a keyboard logo. Click it and select US 101 keyboard (United states). You get the french symbols because microsoft thinks because you live in Canada you must be french canadian.... stupid eh! They have it selected to mulitlingual Canadian. Select the US English as default and you shouldn't get those french symbols when you really want the shift or question mark key.
I live in Canada and I see looks of people who ask me the same question all the time.
Yes, unfortunately, although it's normally the mouse that eats batteries (and not cheese, contrary to belief), the only thing to do to give you a little longer is to use re-chargeable batteries.
I am convinced batteries nowadays are a poorer quality than a few years ago, no matter who's brand you use.