How do I change the time to DST - the keyboard did not automatically change the time on November 4th
My Logitech wireless keyboard did not change time when we changed the daylight savings time! Please help!
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Check to make sure you resync the keyboard. Some times, when a wireless keyboard or mouse loses signal, you have to press a "Sync" button on the receiver (or device) to restore the connection. Some of the newer mice and keyboards from Logitech resync automatically, it just depends on what brand and model you have.
I hope this helps! If you're still unable to get it to reconnect, you're probably dealing with a malfunctioning keyboard. Check into the warranty!
Is this an intermittent problem? Some keys work sometimes?
I had a similar problem with a wireless keyboard that was need another wireless device (a wireless phone).
Some wireless devices use the same frequency (2.4Ghz is very popular).
This can cause problems in transmission.
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I just had the same problem. First of all, make sure the transmitter to the wireless keyboard and mouse is plugged in tightly to the computer. It's possible that you could have pulled on the wire without realizing it, and it's not plugged in tightly! Unplug and replug the transmitter anyway after you change the batteries for the wireless keyboard. Then, there's a button on the transmitter, press it for 3 seconds, then quickly press the small button on the keyboard for 3 seconds, (my small buttons are underneath my wireless keyboard and mouse, and I use the tip of a ball point pen to press them). Then do the same for the wireless mouse. This syncronizes and boots them to start.
I'm not sure about the driver, but try the above first, it worked for me after I changed the batteries on my wireless keyboard and mouse.
These devices will never auto connect after a battery change.
You must press the button on the receiver then the red button on the mouse. Then the button on the receiver again, then the red button on the keyboard.
The buttons on the devices (keyboard and mouse are on the bottom of the device.