Question about Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 3000 Keyboard/Mouse
Microsoft Curve 3000 Keyboard, with new batteries shows good battery level until a keypress, at which point is throws the battery low message.
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Your keyboard must have a button on the bottom to sync with the USB transmitter. Press the button on the transmitter first and then the button on the keyboard. This will re-sync the devices in a new radio channel. Give it a try, it might just be a communincatin problem between the two.
The intellipoint software and drivers are not really needed for the the keyboard to work, even if it has special keys for functions like volume and such. As soon as your batteries start to run out you will be able to tell by the keyboard not responding properly to key-presses.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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