Question about Logitech 967437-0403 Keyboard
I am replacing a Logitech keyboard and mouse with a Mircrosoft keyboard and mouse on my home computer that doesn't need softwear and has one plug into the USB port. I tried to uninstall the Logitech softwear and only two uninstalled,The other three said they couldn't uninstall because of some missing file.I installed the new keyboard ,the receiver and the mouse came on but not the keyboard so I can't type anything in.Is there another way I could find the problem that is not letting me unstall the old softwear since I can download anything without typing? I'm sending this from my computer at work.
Microsoft keyboards do need software installed, it's called Microsoft IntelliPoint (for mouse), and Microsoft IntelliType (for keyboard).
There should be a button on the USB receiver that plugs into your computer. Push it. It should start blinking.
Next, turn your keyboard upside down, and look for a button. It should be pretty easy to find, probably white, and it has some etchings nearby. Press that button, and hold your keyboard up close to the usb receiver.
There is also a similar button on the bottom of your mouse. Do the same thing for the mouse: push the usb button, then push the button on the bottom of the mouse, and hold it close to the usb receiver.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
This may not be The Solution, but it's possible.
There is an Infrared Connection that has to be completed when setting up the Keyboard, Mouse and Receiver. The mouse often does it automatically, untill the batteries are changed, but the Keyboard is not so quick.
There is a button on the Receiver, and one on the bottom of the Keyboard. Pressing each of these withing the same few seconds will allow them to discover their connection.
This may be why the keyboard isn't working.
Otherwise, Hench Toast is right, the Intellitype software is what you need to install.
To Remove the old software, try installing the Logitech Software, then uninstall it again. There is a problem in the Registry. There is a reference to a file that is no longer there. Once the file is there, and the reference is there, they both need to be uninstalled together.
Try uninstalling the software packages in a different sequence.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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