Attach one end (small end) of the usb cable to the receiver and the other end to the PC's USB port. If the receiver and the Mice needs batteries make sure you have placed the batteries correctly. Also make sure the Receiver & the mice may have a turn on/off switch is set to ON postion. Once you plug in the receiver to PC it will install on it own & will say 'ready to Use' and you should be good.
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810-000755 is the part number for the Logitech C-bt44 USB receiver for the Logitech Cordless Desktop EX 100. See http://support.logitech.com/en_us/product/cordless-desktop-ex-100-product/faq#link_19321 . This is the section of the FAQ on using the EX 100 with other USB receivers. The receiver lets select Logitech wireless keyboards and mice communicate with the computer that has this device plugged in. The 810-000755 also works with the Logitech cordless desktop (keyboard/mice) EX 110, and the MK 300. There may be other keyboards and mice that communicate with this receiver. However, newer Logitech keyboards and desktops (keyboard/mice) may not use this receiver.
I hope this helps. Note: the EX 100 uses 2 alkaline AA batteries in the keyboard and 2 alkaline AA batteries in the mouse to communicate with the receiver. I believe the other keyboards and desktops that can communicate with the 810-000755 also use alkaline batteries which last ~6 months before they must be replaced.
If all the keys on the keyboard have stopped functioning follow the instructions below to reconnect the keyboard.
This problem is likely to be a lost connection. The connection between the mouse and the USB mini-receiver or the keyboard and the USB mini-receiver can be lost due to several reasons such as:
Moving the USB mini-receiver from one USB port to another
Moving the USB mini-receiver to another computer
Plugging the USB mini-receiver into a USB hub or other unsupported device such as a KVM switch (your USB mini-receiver must be plugged directly into your computer)
Using your cordless mouse/keyboard on metal surfaces
Radio frequency (RF) interference of more powerful wireless devices such as:
Computer power supplies
Garage door openers
Eliminate any problem sources mentioned above that might be affecting your devices.
Follow the procedures below to reconnect your mouse and keyboard.
Make sure the USB mini-receiver is directly and securely plugged into a working USB port on your computer.
Make sure the mouse is turned on. The on/off indicator on the bottom of the mouse should be green. If the on/off indicator is not illuminated, press and hold the red connect button on the bottom of the mouse until the on/off indicator is green.
On / Off Indicator
Press and release the red connect button on the underside of the USB mini-receiver. This will broadcast a signal to your mouse. This broadcast will last only a few seconds, so you must perform the next step quickly.
Red Connect Button
Quickly press the red connect button on the bottom of the mouse for 1 second, then release it. The power indicator will flash briefly and then turn green. The mouse is now connected to the receiver.
Red Connect Button
NOTE: Holding down the red button on the mouse for more than 2 seconds may cause your mouse to turn off instead of connecting. If this occurs, start again at step number 2.
Move your mouse to see if the cursor moves. If the cursor follows the mouse movements, your mouse is now connected.
Press and release the red connect button on the underside of the USB mini-receiver. This will broadcast a signal to your keyboard. This broadcast will last only a few seconds, so you must perform the next step quickly.
Red Connect Button
Quickly press and release the red connect button on the underside of the keyboard.
Keyboard Connect Button
You will hear a short beep. The keyboard is now connected to the receiver.
Of course you know to press the connection button on the receiver then on the keyboard.
Since setPoint is recognizing the connection I wonder do the multimedia and function keys work?
Do you have the the USB receiver for the KB/Mouse plugged into a hub or KVM switch? If so plug it directly into the back of the PC.
See this KB http://logitech-en-amr.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/logitech_en_amr.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=9247
Do you have the piece that plugs into the computers usb port and changed the batteries, or charged it, I have a logitec on 2 machines, you either have a receiver that plugs into the laptop/desktop, or a device that takes up to 3 wirelwss accesories that plugs into the usb port, they both take batteries in the mouse and keyboard. you can download the software for your keyboard on the logitevh wesite, at www.logitech.com
not sure if my problem is solved yet, i did find a receiver that can be purchased for the desktop wave on logitech.com. i have ordered the item and will see if that cures the problem. part is supposed to be here in 2 - 3 days
Turn the mouse over and find the small
rest/connect button on the bottom of the mouse and press it to
Reset/Connect the mouse to the receiver and work properly.
If not, try pressing the receiver button and then press
the mouse. This should be done whenever you change batteries or
Hope this helps you. Bud
You're probably going to need a Desktop USB Extension stand or cable if, I assume, you have your keyboard USB Receiver plugged into the back USB port of your desktop. These extension stands often come with your cordless devices (i.e., I got one with my Logitech cordless mouse... I don't need it for my laptop, but I do when using my desktop PC). You can make your own extension by purchasing a "Male-to-Female" USB extension cable, 3 to 6 ft in length (or longer if you need it). Plug the cable into your desktop, place the female end of the cable near where your keyboard is, and plug your keyboard USB receiver into the female USB socket of your extension cable.