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Does your computer start up? Can you get in BIOS pressing DEL or F!?
If not, probably your keyboard stopped working. Computer won't start up without a keyboard. so you should ge a new keyboard
If it starts up, you can set BIOS, then you've got a bootup issue. In best case it's just some boot file, wors case, your hard disk.
It is not possitble to tell what's happening without more information
I recommend that you take your keyboard to another computer, work for a while, and see if it happens again. The problem might exist due to improper USB drivers or faulty USB hub, especially if you have problems with other USB devices.
Also, make sure you reinstall SetPoint software which came with your keyboard. --- Your responses are intended to improve the level of service provided. Please rate your experience.
i have logitech LX 6 cordless optical mouse... it dont work... i put in usb that connecting mouse and then turn on (mouse). The problem is that is worked maybe 2 hours ago...and now dont... can you help???
If you want to check the drivers just type Device Manager in the start box. Once in Device Manager find your keyboard and click on the "+" sign, then right-click on your keyboard model. You should see update driver, also one of the tabs will tell if it is working properly and if not there is a Troubleshooting box. Also try going into the Control Panel and clicking on your keyboard/mouse. There are settings there alsol
try another keyboard to check if there is something wrong with your os settings. 1. if it works with the new keyboard , your keyboard is the problem. 2. if it does not work w/ the new keyboard still the same problem, os settings in the keyboard is the problem
Assuming that your keyboard stops working when its on (same for mouse) then it means your machine will be frozen
Try to give it time (around 3 mins) without doing anything letting it resolve the issue the keyboard should work on later. If this solve your problem then your computer is just slow bcoz of a virus, too many programs to load at start up, new software or hardware update.
Try using a different keyboard when yopu boot up preferably a PS/2 keyboard,if this one works well then its means you nmeed to load new drivers for your keyboard and mouse
Also try running chkdsk to clear your harddrive for errors.
I had exactly the same problem - ie Logitech MX3000 keyboard with remote mouse and only the "F mode" key and few others seemed to work around the top of the keyboard, but I don't think I had the SetPoint software. So I found it and downloaded it (www.logitech.com/setpoint).
As soon as it was installed I was asked to secure the keyboard by pressing ctrl alt and F12 and then I had to type in a 16 digit code (given on screen) and then my keyboard started working again.
I didn't have a spare keyboard so I used the on-screen keyboard (Start - All Programs - Accessories - Ease of Access - On-Screen Keyboard).