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Accidentally programmed keyboard

My buddy accidentally programmed his Logitech Y-RC14 keyboard. The U key does CTRL+TAB, other keys do other weird things. It isn't batteries, we also restarted the PC, pulled the batteries while the PC was off etc. Any thoughts, or a link to a manual would be greatly appreciated. - Joel

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  • helpme368 Jan 06, 2009

    Thanks Yooperbud! I will look at your suggestion. A recommendation I found said that pulling the battery and typing continuously for 2+ minutes would drain the power. What we did for a solution was to replace it with a wired keyboard for 24 hours. In those 24 hours, we pull the batteries and ignored it. When we pluggesd it back into the PC, it worked fine. Thanks for your advice.

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Did you try going into Control Panel and then clicking on the Keyboard icon. Next click on the key settings and then you can re-program the keys to work as you need them to. Bud

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