Question about Logitech LX 710 Keyboard/Mouse
After replacing the batteries because of the warning I got in the bottom corner. I still have the warning but have now replaced the batteries twice thinking they may have been a bad battery in the bunch.
HI If your warning light still remains on and you know for certain that there is no problem with your batteries try to ignore it but you could try this solution remove the device from you PC the turn the PC off , then restart you PC and when you hear the beep plug in you device and try again if this fails the problem may be in the software that loaded on you heard drive as i stated above try to ignore it falling all ells buy a new device or if still under guarantee get it replacement from were you originally bought it Hope this helps you out from Paddy
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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