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Which plug (USB or light green) on reciever should I use? or both

I want to use my Logitech Cordless S510 keyboard on an XP CPU, but
have misplaced my set-up instructions.

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It will go in one of two, either a USB port, or a purple (circular) PS2 port. The light green PS2 port is for a mouse.

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When I bought my s510 recently I couldn't use the function keys even with the software that came with the keyboard and mouse.

I had to actually download new logitech software for the s510 which allowed me to use the function/extra keys.

Navigate to:
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