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If you would have allowed it to dry up it could have been saved. Now, unfortunately, it's most likely gone.
Remove the batteries and dry it in an hot place (use a hair drier at least ten minutes for at least 2 days). Buy new batteries and try again. Who knows, you might get lucky.
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
Go to the Logitech website. In the support/downloads are you will find the software & drivers you need to install to your computer. You can download the generic logitech wireless driver & then let the new software determine the model. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.
Go to Control Panel.
1. Click on Keyboard.
2. When the Keyboard Properties come up, CLICK on Key Settings.
3. Then click on the DEFAULT. This should reset all the keys to original setting.
Hope this will help some. Bud